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See What Seahawks DBs Spent $17,500 Bill On At Rookie Dinner...
Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
Seattle Seahawks DBs Ugo Amadi and Marquise Blair were responsible for the teams traditional rookie dinner bill that came out to $17,500...
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The Seattle Seahawks' defensive back core held its annual rookie dinner Monday night ... and a pair of first-year NFLers were hung with a $17,500 check!!!

The booze-and-steak-filled night all went down at Daniel's Broiler in Bellevue, Wash. ... and according to some of the vets, it was the most expensive rookie dinner in a while.

The receipt is absolutely nuts ... the guys bought a TON of expensive food and alcohol, piling up $11,000 worth of Louis XIII alone.

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BlackPot50 months
They should be doing this to the guy that just signed a 10 year $300 million contract. Not the rookie that just fell into money. This aint teaching these kids anything.
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MexicanTiger9750 months
$11,000 for Louis XIII is probably what....4 shots?
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stuntman50 months
No automatic gratuity? Prayers sent for that server.
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kjanchild50 months
and that is why 75% are broke when they quit playing!
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HalfCocked50 months
This shite is so dumb to me. If I'm a rook drafted anywhere outside of the 1st round. They're asses are getting treated to a Cici's buffet and their choice of Pepsi Product to wash it down. I'm living off 20% of the money and the rest is going to assets in case my arse is out of the league in 2/3 years.
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YStar50 months
You have no choice. Those guys are just being absolute asses.
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TigerNSac50 months
The question is, did he tip and was it appropriate with the cost?
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cadillac756350 months
$3.50
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Bulldogblitz50 months
...and we wonder why most of these guys will have no savings in the bank to show from their time in the league?
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Chuker50 months
They should've just had a nice dinner for a grand and sent the other 16k to the Athens food bank where people can genuinely appreciate it.
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