From ‘hype videos’ to hanging with Russell Wilson


Last updated 5/22/2019 at Noon

Kamiak grad Josh Cashman, second from the right, with Seahawks players D.J. Fluker, Russell Wilson, and Jaron Brown. Cashman made “hype videos” that got posted all over Twitter, and inevitably led to him playing “Super Smash Bros.” with Wilson, Fluker, and Brown Thursday, May 16.

If you’re a fan of the Seattle Seahawks and have a Twitter account, it was hard to miss.

During the second half of Seattle’s 2018 season, when the team caught fire and made the playoffs in a “rebuilding” year, the question on Twitter after the games weren’t about the team’s next opponent, but instead “When is the next Cable Thanos video going to drop?”

Cable Thanos – account username @CableThanos_ – was a Twitter user making elaborate “hype” videos, showing some of the best plays from the Seahawks’ most recent games.

Those videos were mixed with movie, music,...

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