Seahawks player takes to Twitter, asking for help recovering stolen Magic card collection

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Football players have hobbies like everyone else, and Seattle Seahawks outside linebacker Cassius Marsh’s hobby is collecting Magic cards.

So he was rightfully upset when the cards were stolen from him.

Marsh is trying to get his collection back by reaching out to the many Seahawks fans for help. He asked the “12s,” also known as Seahawks fans, for assistance in getting his cards back. Marsh told the Seattle Times he estimated his “Magic: The Gathering” card collection is worth between $20,000 and $25,000.

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It seems like the cards were stolen out of his car (“LR4” = Land Rover 4). Seahawks teammate Frank Clark took up the fight on Twitter too.


If it seems unusual that a 24-year-old who is in his third NFL season would be so into Shivan Dragon and the other Magic cards in the long-time game, Marsh had an answer for that too.


Hopefully for Marsh, his Twitter followers help him crack the case.

Seahawks linebacker Cassius Marsh had his Magic card collection stolen (AP)
Seahawks linebacker Cassius Marsh had his Magic card collection stolen (AP)

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Frank Schwab is the editor of Shutdown Corner on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at shutdown.corner@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter!

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