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Seahawks Russell Wilson Visits Spokane For Instructional Camp

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson returned to Spokane on Monday for the first time since his playing days in the NWL for the five-city tour of his instructional camp. There, he spent time working with kids on the fundamentals of passing with the help of several Eastern Washington football players.
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