Hawk’s red kettle jump has become a fundraiser
SEATTLE, Wash. -- It was Justin Coleman’s "pick-6" that helped his team this past Christmas Eve, but it was his jump after making the score that will have a lasting impact on the community.
In his first season with the Seahawks, the cornerback had two of the defensive scores. But before the game ever began in Dallas, Coleman planned a special move in the event he scored.
Then, we all watched him intercept the football, and waltz into the end zone.
Seconds later, he jumped into a giant Salvation Army Red Kettle.
THAT jump has now spawned a unique fundraiser to benefit the non-profit organization. Click on the photo above to hear KOMO’s Brian Calvert and his exclusive conversation with Coleman about the jump, and about how he’s helping kids all over the Northwest.