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July 18, 2014 at 12:05 PM

Videos: Seahawks, Hotspur get together as football meets futbol

Seahawks Doug Baldwin, Steven Hauschka and K.J. Wright met with a few members of Tottenham Hotspur — in town for a friendly tomorrow against the Sounders — today at the VMAC for some fairly light-hearted skills competitions.

The players each took turns trying to kick field goals with footballs and soccer balls, and later tried some penalty kicks with footballs and soccer balls. Baldwin threw some passes to Hotspur striker Harry Kane, who calls himself a big NFL  fan (though he sheepishly said his favorite team is the Patriots). Other Hotspur players who participated were midfielder Etienne Capoue, goalie Brad Friedel and midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson.

Anyway, below are some raw videos of it all.

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