Photos: Seattle Seahawks Visit White House, Take Numerous Selfies

The Seattle Seahawks absolutely demolished the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII. So, as a reward, they were invited to visit The White House for a ceremonial visit with President Barack Obama.

They arrived this morning, and did what any professional athlete would do when visiting one of the most renowned places in the world: They snapped selfies.

Russell Wilson shared a moment with Abraham Lincoln’s statue.

He also likes to play the piano.

Richard Sherman and Bobby Wagner were possibly discussing the tipped-ball interception in the NFC Championship Game.

Have a seat and make yourself at home, Tony McDaniel. (Just don’t put your feet on the couch.)

The Vince Lombardi Trophy shines brightly (photo via @Seahawks).


And, my personal favorite: Golden Tate and former president Bill Clinton.

There is a live link to stream all the festivities at The White House on the Seahawks official website. Watch it all go down here. [Link]

(H/T: For The Win, @NFL)

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