Russell Wilson and Ken Griffey Jr. discuss their Seattle legacies | DangerTalk

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  • ESPN published this video item, entitled “Russell Wilson and Ken Griffey Jr. discuss their Seattle legacies | DangerTalk” – below is their description.

    Ken Griffey Jr. joins Russell Wilson and Jeff Dye on episode 6 of DangerTalk just in a time for a big surprise! DK Metcalf interrupts the taping to reveal Wilson is part of Madden’s 99 Club. Then Russ and Jr. discuss their legacies in Seattle, Dak Prescott’s unfortunate injury, and how growing up around baseball greats like Barry Bonds, Bo Jackson, and Frank Thomas, made Griffey Jr. comfortable and confident as a baseball player.

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