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December 3, 2014 at 8:14 AM

Seahawks doing good deeds: Earl Thomas, Doug Baldwin, Bryan Walters, Paul Richardson

Seattle Seahawks safety Earl Thomas, right, helps a member of the Boys & Girls Club choose a necklace at JCPenney on December 2, 2014 in Seattle, Washington.

There were a few Seahawks out and about in the community Tuesday, doing various good deeds.

Above is safety Earl Thomas who, according to a press release, “surprised the kids on their shopping spree at the JCPenney store at the Westfield Southcenter Mall and helped them select holiday gifts for their families. Thomas picked out toys, jewelry, clothes and even hopped behind the register to help wrap the gifts!”

And here is some video of receiver Doug Baldwin, who along with teammates Bryan Walters and Paul Richardson signed autographs for fans who brought canned food items for the Home Team Harvest food drive.

 

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