SEATTLE — Raised in Montana, sporting a grizzly beard, he looks every bit like the lumberjack he could be if he weren't catching passes from Russell Wilson. But Seahawk Tight End Will Dissly is a fashion designer. "Suprising, right?" he says.
"It's kinda my vibe. It's a unique challenge for me to dive into the fashion world." He works with LumberUnion, a Seattle company offering casual, rugged gear for men and women.
He also likes the fact that he's helping trees. In partnership with AmericanForests.org, every LumberUnion purchase plants a tree in the U.S.