Good morning, 12s.
Here's a look at what's 'out there' for today – Thursday, October 31 – about your Seattle Seahawks:
Halloween with the Hawks—what a wonderful holiday. There's nothing better than seeing what kind of costumes players will come up with for the spooky season. Outside of their pads, some players got particularly creative for Halloween this year.
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson tweeted out a photo on Wednesday of him and Ciara dressed as Jay-Z and Beyonce. The dynamic duo, sporting pink and baby blue outfits, are looking pretty fly as they pose in front of a photo of former President and first lady, Barack and Michelle Obama. "We just wanted to have fun and pay a little homage, and a little respect for Jay-Z and Beyonce," said Wilson at the podium during his Thursday press conference.
Believe it or not, Jay-Z and Beyonce even reached out to Wilson and Ciara about the costumes, "Yeah we heard a little something. They loved it. They were cracking up and just told us that it was a perfect outfit," said Wilson.
The Seahawks quarterback also posted a video showing off their unique costumes.
Our QB1 isn't the only player that took to social media to show off his costume. Seahawks guard D.J. Fluker posted a photo of his family dressed up for the holiday.
If you keep your eyes out on social media throughout the day, I'd guess you may catch a few other players posting photos and videos of their costumes. Happy Halloween, 12s!
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