Russell Wilson shows off special new wallet

RENTON, Wash. -- 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.

"So, before we get started, the best part of my week. I go to Children's Hospital every Tuesday. This 11-year old girl, she made me this Seattle Seahawks wallet. It's one of a kind. The coolest part about it is it's all made out of duct tape. You guys gotta check this out. It's, like, perfect," Wilson said.

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."