Riggle room: Comedian’s day with the Seahawks

Coach Pete Carroll’s renowned shenanigans were on full display Thursday.

Carroll brought in comedian Rob Riggle, known for his roles in “The Hangover” and “Step Brothers,” to entertain the Seahawks during Thursday morning’s team meeting and practice. Riggle pretended to be a tryout player as he spoke to the team during the morning meeting before suiting up for practice.

The results will make you laugh. Watch the hilarious video and read the story surrounding his appearance. Also, below are photos from Riggle’s day as a Seahawks player.

Thanks to video editor Brian Pan, writer Clare Farnsworth and photographer Corky Trewin for the excellent coverage of an unforgettable day at Virginia Mason Athletic Center.


Comedian Rob Riggle and Coach Pete Carroll address the team during Thursday morning’s team meeting. [Photo by Corky Trewin, Seahawks.com]


Rob Riggle goes through stretching during Thursday’s practice. [Photo by Corky Trewin, Seahawks.com]


Rob Riggle catches a pass during practice. [Photo by Corky Trewin, Seahawks.com]


With the real Seahawks surrounding him, Rob Riggle goes through defensive lineman drills. [Photo by Corky Trewin, Seahawks.com]


General manager John Schneider chats with Rob Riggle during Thursday’s practice. [Photo by Corky Trewin, Seahawks.com]


Rob Riggle hustles through agility bags. [Photo by Corky Trewin, Seahawks.com]


Linebackers coach Ken Norton Jr. and cornerbacks coach Kris Richard encourage Rob Riggle through agility bags. [Photo by Corky Trewin, Seahawks.com]


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