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LOOK: Seahawks Mania Goes To The 'Heads' Of Some Fans!

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Headhunter's Barber Shop gives specialized Seahawks haircuts to fans. Headhunter's Barber Shop gives specialized Seahawks haircuts to fans.
SPOKANE, Wash. - At Headhunter's Barber Shop in the Northtown Mall you can get a haircut, but some Seattle Seahawks fans are taking things to another level!  With the 'Hawks in the Super Bowl a week from Sunday, fans are showing their pride by getting specialized cuts including the Seahawk's logo. 

This morning Jordan Hill sat in the chair while barber Dieon Pack worked his hair magic. Complete with Seattle blue and green, Dieon free-handed a perfect 'Hawk logo on the side of Jordan's head. Check out the video and the slide show that documents the cut from beginning to end!
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