The Seattle Seahawks aren’t done with their innovative, player-inspired kitchen creations just yet.
After unleashing the “Beast Burger,” a meal produced with Marshawn Lynch in mind, last week, the Seahawks are now showing some love to their quarterback, Russell Wilson.
During Sunday’s NFC Championship Game against the San Francisco 49ers, fans will have the chance to chow down on a “DangeRuss” hot dog. Inspired by Wilson’s favorite foods, the foot-long hot dog comes complete with caramelized onions, jalapenos and Sriracha sauce. It is topped with macaroni and cheese as well as “Seahawks Strips,” which are blue and green tortilla chips.
This Sunday, Seattle’s “12th Man” might refer to how many people it takes to eat one of these things.
Check out a picture of Wilson’s new concession item below.
Photo via Twitter/@WillBrinson
University of Minnesota students will be lucky enough to add one of these to their wardrobes if they go to Friday’s outdoor hockey game.
Photo via Twitter/@sbnation
That Clayton Kershaw fella had a decent day.
Clayton Kershaw will make about $147,000 per inning pitched over the next 7 seasons.—
darren rovell (@darrenrovell) January 15, 2014
Sir Lancealot brings up a lot of good points.