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Russell Wilson Goes As Pete Carroll For Halloween – Was It A Good Costume?

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David Hookstead Smoke Room Editor-in-Chief
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Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson went as his head coach Pete Carroll for Halloween, and the costume is surprisingly good.

The Wisconsin Badger legend threw on a grey wig, a headset, some Seahawks gear and pulled off his best Carroll impersonation.

I think it’s safe to say it went pretty well, and he even paid a visit to the Seattle Children’s Hospital in costume.

@PeteCarroll & @ADavis1025 take a trip to @SeattleChildrens #HappyHalloween

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Dressing up as your coach can be a dangerous game if it’s not interpreted well. That’s a solid way to find a yourself sitting on the bench for awhile. However, Wilson could probably get away with murder and still start for the Seahawks.

Plus, Carroll is known for being one of the most laid back and relaxed coaches in the NFL. I doubt he had a problem with Wilson’s outfit.

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