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Back on Saturday, the Seattle Seahawks were doing their usual OTA's as a special guest was catching passes from quarterback Russell Wilson.
That man was country music star Kenny Chesney and the below video shows him in a Seahawks helmet grabbing receptions:
Some of you might ask, "Who did Kenny know to get the special treatment?" That man was Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll:
“I met [Seattle coach] Pete [Carroll] a couple years ago,” Kenny explained. “We kept in touch, and he asked me if I’d like to work out with the team.”
If Sidney Rice goes down during the year, Kenny might have to be the next man up.
(Courtesy of Gamedayr)
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