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Wednesday Round-Up: Quandre Diggs Surprises Families, Donates Money For Holidays In Three Cities

Quandre Diggs is giving back for the holidays in the two NFL cities he’s played in as well as his hometown.

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Good morning, 12s. Here's a look at what's happening today – Wednesday, Dec. 16 – for your Seattle Seahawks.

Quandre Diggs Participates In "December To Remember" Event

Quandre Diggs, a six-year NFL veteran, continues to give back to the communities that have impacted him most. Diggs grew up in Angleton, Texas before playing in Detroit with the Lions and Seattle with the Seahawks. This holiday season, he's helping out all three cities.

Partnering with Patriots linebacker Brandon Copeland, Diggs is participating in the "A December to Remember" event. December to Remember involves "20 NFL players teaming up to help families from underserved communities across the country." Overall, the event will serve over 200 families across 18 states.

Diggs will serve families in the three aforementioned cities by donating $800 Amazon gift cards for holiday shopping sprees. He surprised 10 families in Seattle and five families in Detroit, as well as a few extra in Angleton. On Tuesday, Diggs made surprise calls to the families in Seattle and Detroit.

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The Seattle families belong to Community Passageways, a Seattle based non-profit founded in 2017 with a vision for zero youth incarceration. CP supports youths and young adults at every stage of the criminal legal process, with a commitment to replace the school-to-prison pipeline with a school-to-life success pipeline.

In Detroit, the five families belong to the Detroit Justice Center, which works alongside communities to create economic opportunities, transform the justice system and promote equitable and just cities. DJC was founded on the belief that cities that work for everyone cannot be built without remedying the impacts of mass incarceration.

Brandon Copeland has more information about the December to Remember event.

Sign Up For Virtual Q&A With Jamal Adams

Have you ever wanted to ask Jamal Adams a question? Well, here's your chance.

Adams is partnering with Verizon for a virtual question and answer session. To sign up, fans just have to download the My Verizon app. There are also more rewards available within the app, but they are only available for a limited time.

Kickoff Time Changes For Week 16 Matchup With Rams

It was announced on Monday that the critical divisional game between the Seahawks and Rams on Dec. 27 has been moved to 1:25 p.m. PT on FOX. The game will be played at Lumen Field without fans, which the team announced on Tuesday.

Originally scheduled for 1:05 p.m. PT, the Week 16 matchup could be the deciding factor in the NFC West race as both teams currently sit at 9-4.

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Russell Wilson's sister Anna plays for the Stanford Cardinal women's basketball team, which is currently ranked No. 1 in the country. On Tuesday night, Stanford coach Tara VanDerveer broke the record for most career wins by a head coach, and Russ was among the first to congratulate her on Twitter.

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