A recap of the activities on Day 5 of NFC West Championship week:
Clint Gresham. ’Tis the season. No, that was last week. But for the Seahawks’ long snapper, it’s always the giving season.
On Christmas Eve, Gresham donated five Wii systems to the families at Vision House, which provides transitional housing for homeless single mothers and their children. He returned on Wednesday, with autographed mini Seahawks helmets for the kids and then them outside for a few pointers on the fine art of snapping.
“I’ve been wanting to get involved somehow in the community, and just have an opportunity to share my faith and be involved in the lives of these kids,” Gresham said today, after the team’s next-to-last practice for Sunday’s big game against the St. Louis Rams at Qwest Field to determine the champion of the NFC West.
“It was great. We went outside. I taught them all how to long snap.”
Gresham cracked a smile before adding, “So in about 15 years I’ll be having some competition.”