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Wednesday Roundup: Seahawks Spend Off Day Giving Back To The Community

On a player’s day off Seahawks players spent their time at different events in the community. 


Good afternoon, 12s. Here's a look at what's out there today — Wednesday, November 15 — about your Seattle Seahawks.

Players like Myles Adams, Tre Brown, Jerrick Reed II, Jake Bobo and Derick Hall spent their off days out in the community giving back to a handful of events.

One of the events, Operation Warm, was in partnership with Amazon at Emerson Elementary. During the event, students enjoyed an assembly with Blitz, Blue Thunder, Seahawks Dancers and defensive end Myles Adams. After the assembly, the students had a "shopping experience" where they picked out coats, gloves, and shoes to help prepare for the winter.

With the holidays right around the corner, the Seahawks made a trip to a children's hospital in Spokane. Cornerback Tre Brown and safety Jerrick Reed II spent the afternoon engaging with some of the patients and spreading holiday joy.

"It means the world to be here," Reed told KHQ News. "To be able to give back, to reach out to people who don't have much or are going through times. You know, bring that Christmas joy... it means a lot to me,"

To end off the evening, Seahawks rookies Jake Bobo, Derick Hall and Levi Bell attended the Friends of the Children Friendsgiving event. The event was crafted to bring families and communities together during the Thanksgiving season.

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Seahawks rookies and staff members attended the 2023 Friends of the Children Friendsgiving event at the Sea Mar Community space in Seattle, WA on November 15, 2023.

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