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Thursday Round-Up: Russell Wilson Visits London

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson took a trip to London this week.

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Here's a look at what's "out there" for today — Thursday, June 21 — about your Seattle Seahawks:

Russell Wilson Visits London

Quarterback Russell Wilson started off this week flying overseas to London, where he's been introduced to the sport of cricket, attended Royal Ascot, toured Tottenham Hotspurs new stadium -- where the Seahawks will play the Oakland Raiders this fall -- and more. Here are some social media highlights recapping what he's been up to:

London Cricket!!! New friends. New teammates. New love for the game.

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Batsman!!! #Cricket #TeamSurrey I love it!!!

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Write down your goals. Surround yourself. Dream & Dream Big. #LondonYouth 🌍

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With the offseason workout program complete, Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is in London this week taking in some of what the city has to offer, from training with Surrey Cricket to tossing a football in Trafalgar Square. Seattle is set to play its 2018 Week 6 regular season game in London against the Oakland Raiders as part of the NFL's international series.

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