Seahawks' John Moffitt shows Scottish side for charity
Seahawks offensive lineman John Moffitt wore a kilt to the team's training facility Monday, all in the name of helping charity.
It's not every day you get to see a 6-foot-4, 319-pound offensive lineman wearing a kilt while chasing someone with a sword, so we thought we'd show you a picture of one.
The Seahawks official Twitter account tweeted this picture of guard John Moffitt on Monday doing his best William Wallace impression. According to the Seahawks, Moffit was wearing the kilt to raise money for the Ronald McDonald House in Seattle. We're not exactly sure how Moffitt being in a kilt helped charity, but you can bet plenty of people were willing to donate money to the Ronald McDonald House if it meant never seeing Moffitt in a kilt again.
Ironically, this might be only the second-strangest thing a Seahawks player has done this week. Marshawn Lynch's return to college football is probably still No. 1.
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