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NFL players wore Canadian onesies to their game on Monday

When you're on a team, especially one as high calibre as the Seattle Seahawks, sometimes you have to go to great lengths to support your teammates on and off the field.

Sometimes that support manifests through Canadian-themed onesies, worn by the likes of Seahawks receivers David Moore and Tyler Lockett.

On Monday night the Seattle Seahawks took on the visiting Minnesota Vikings at Century Link Field. 

Before the high stakes game, Seahawks' receivers David Moore and Tyler Lockett showed up head to toe in maple leaf onesies. 

They both had added accessories of red and white coloured shoes, and Lockett even had a Canadian scarf draped around his neck.

While both of the receivers are American, the players showed up dressed in the outfits as a gesture of support for their fellow Canadian teammate, Luke Willson.

Willson didn't play on Monday night due to an injury, but reportedly had been aiding in the recovery of Moore and Lockett, who had each been hit with the flu a few days prior to the game.

Moore and Lockett surprised Willson when he arrived at the stadium, and his reaction was priceless.

"Yo, where'd you get those," Willson can be heard asking the pair. They responded by simply saying "Canada."

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