Justin Coleman jumps in Salvation Army kettle after pick-six
It happened again.
For the second straight year, an NFL player jumped into a Salvation Army kettle during a Dallas Cowboys game at AT&T Stadium.
This time it was Seattle Seahawks cornerback Justin Coleman who hopped in following a pick-six against the Cowboys in the third quarter.
— Clay Wendler (@ClayWendler) December 24, 2017
Last year Ezekiel Elliott jumped into the kettle after a touchdown. There was some thought that he could get fined for the act, but the NFL did not fine him. Instead, the Salvation Army received extra donations as a result.
We doubt there will be as many donations from a Seahawks player doing it compared to Elliott.