RENTON, Wash. (AP) - Russell Wilson brought along a gift to his weekly media session that the Seattle Seahawks quarterback received earlier this week from a young hospital patient.
Wilson on Thursday showed off a Seattle Seahawks wallet made from duct tape by an 11-year-old patient named Allison at Seattle Children's Hospital. Since arriving in Seattle, Wilson has regularly visited patients at the hospital on Tuesdays - the Seahawks' day off - during the season.
Wilson, who seemed genuinely excited about the gift, posed for pictures with the wallet after his press conference ended. The wallet included numerous team logos and had ``R. Wilson'' on the outside.
Said Wilson: ``It's like perfect.''

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