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Ugo Amadi launches signature hoodie to clothing line

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Ugo Amadi

The fall season is approaching and although it may not be time quite yet to unbox your sweaters and sweatshirts, Seattle Seahawks free safety Ugo Amadi released some new, warmer swag to his clothing line.

In the online shop, you’ll find men’s and women’s t-shirts, long sleeves, toddler clothing, hats, women’s bottoms and recently released new hoodies.

Also, how cool is that logo?

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The Nashville, Tennessee native, four-year Oregon football player and now Seattle Seahawk has always made it a point to give back to his community, wherever that may be.

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Learn more on Amadi’s website:

Looking toward the future, Ugo hopes not only to continue his successful career with the Seahawks but to realize his passion for community outreach by creating programs in both Nashville and Seattle to empower young black boys to live limitless and unapologetic lives despite social and systemic hurdles. He is also interested in learning more about his parents’ native Imo state, Nigeria, and the specific ways he can meet the community’s needs.

This is just the beginning.

Amadi was all over the field at Autzen Stadium in Eugene, Oregon for four years. Literally, all over the field. The Vince Lombardi Award winner, presented annually to the nation’s to the best college football player regardless of position, was drafted by the Seattle Seahawks in the fourth round (No. 132 overall) in the 2019 NFL Draft.

 

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In his rookie campaign with the Seahawks, Amadi recorded 13 tackles but spent most of his time on the field on special teams. This play was absolutely stellar:

This upcoming season, head coach Pete Carroll expects Amadi to have an increased roll in the secondary. Despite trading for Pro Bowl safety Jamal Adams and acquiring Quinton Dunbar, don’t be surprised to see Amadi and second-year player Marquise Blair (same draft class as Amadi) making plays on the back end.