The Seattle Seahawks’ first-round draft pick, a wide receiver from Georgia Tech, is one of the nation’s most talented receivers.
He is a former quarterback for the Georgia Bulldogs.
He also played for the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons, New England Patriots, Indianapolis Colts and the Carolina Panthers.
Now, as the Seahawks prepare to play the Kansas City Chiefs in the Super Bowl, he is being honored with a pair of purple-and-gold Swimming Pool Suite suites at CenturyLink Field.
Seattle is the only NFL team with two suites for a player drafted by the Seahawks.
They were designed by architect John D. Miller, who designed the NFLs luxury suites at the Rose Bowl.
The Seahawks’ suite suite features the same black, white and red color scheme as the stadium.
Each suite is on a separate level.
It can be reached by a lift.
The suites also feature two separate entrances, a front entrance for players, and a rear entrance for staff and fans.
The team says the suites are not open to the public.
The suite suites are available to players who are in uniform, but not coaches or other team personnel.
A member of the Seahawks’ front office will take photos with the suites before and after each game.
The hotel is open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 11 a-half hours on Saturdays and Sundays.
The luxury suites also include an outdoor bar with food and drink, a full-service spa, a fitness center and a sauna.
There is also a fitness room and a full bar.
There are also six other rooms, which include a saunas, bar and fitness center, a spa, and an indoor sauna, according to the suite suite website.
For a full list of amenities, go to www.seahorses.com/suite-suites.