by: BY DYER OXLEY, MyNorthwest.com Writer Updated:
Seattle Seahawks linebacker Cassius Marsh has a problem and he’s offering tickets to a game if you can help.
Marsh, a versatile defender for the Seahawks, sent a series of tweets Wednesday morning that spells out a scenario: His girlfriend was inside a Seattle nightclub Tuesday night and his Landrover was parked outside — inside the vehicle was his backpack. Someone broke into the car and stole his bag. Inside that backpack was one of Marsh’s most prized possessions in life — his Magic card collection.
Who ever stole my magic collection from my LR4 last night, if you are 12 plz return it and I will give you two tickets to next home game.— Cassius Marsh (@KingCash_7191) November 9, 2016
All you 12s do me a huge favor and retweet my last tweet. Other than god family and football, my magic card collection is everything— Cassius Marsh (@KingCash_7191) November 9, 2016
The backpack that they were in was stolen outside of Ashton manor while my girlfriend was inside with her friends. So Seattle area— Cassius Marsh (@KingCash_7191) November 9, 2016
“Other than God, family and football, my Magic card collection is everything,” Marsh tweeted.
Magic: The Gathering is a trading card-based game with an intense, passionate following. It’s produced by Northwest company Wizards of the Coast. It was first released in 1993 and has since grown to approximately 20 million players worldwide.
Marsh, 24, was drafted out of UCLA in the fourth round of the 2014 NFL Draft. He offered two home game Seahawks tickets to the person who can return his Magic card collection.
“…if you are 12 please return it and I will give you two tickets to next home game,” he tweeted.
Marsh is also asking that Seahawks fans retweet his call for help in hopes of spreading the word, and ultimately cause the return of his cherished Magic cards.
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