by: KIRO 7 News Staff Updated:
SEATTLE - Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson did his best Pete Carroll impersonation during his weekly visit to Children's Hospital on Tuesday.
The pro-bowl quarterback sported a gray wig, a headset, khakis, and coach Carroll's signature white Nike Air Monarchs in a video posted on social media.
Chewing bubblegum, Wilson said, "We’re here… Seattle Children’s… They’re real cool. Got a real cool thing going on. Gonna go see some kids. Go Hawks you know. I’m Pete Carroll and we’re always competing. Our guys are real fantastic players. These kids are absolutely fantastic, and as you can see I’ve got my game gear on. Got my monarchs…”.
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In a separate video on social Media, Wilson focuses on the white Nike Air Monarch's and says, "I love Seattle... always compete... always compete... you know there's only so many ways to find this shoe... you've gotta be Pete Carroll."
THE LAUGH AT THE END pic.twitter.com/fTkrUkV4IY— Aron Yohannes (@AronYohannes) October 31, 2017
Wilson is now in his sixth season under head coach Pete Carroll, and has thrown for 15 touchdowns and four interceptions through seven games this season.
The (5-2) Seahawks are currently in first place in the NFC West, and take on the Washington Redskins this Sunday at CenturyLink field.
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