Seahawks Bryan Mone leads a fun virtual Bingo night for D-Day veterans

Jonathan Warner
NBC Sports Northwest

We know by now that the Seattle Seahawks are one to always try their best to help out the community in any way.

Defensive tackle Bryan Mone found a fun way to virtually interact with veterans in remembrance of D-Day last week.

Mone jumped in on hosting a game Blue Friday bingo, virtually! 

Mone spent time with over 40 World War II veterans from Patriots Landing in DuPont, Wash.

Before starting the event, Mone wanted to show how much he appreciated being with the veterans

I just want to thank you guys for everything you do, from the bottom of my heart, I hope you guys are ready to compete!

As the Veterans played with the help of a projector on a zoom call, Mone would call out numbers for the residents.

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A great way to have everyone social distance and still have fun.

At one point in the video, he leads a veteran ‘Go Hawks' chant, as well as announcing the winners of some special Seahawks 12 jerseys.

In the end, the residents gave Mone a big thank you for spending time with them and making their day.

Mone left the Bingo night with a great statement for the protest.

"You guys are the real MVPs! You are the ones I should be applauding!"

As we all should for all the veterans that risked their lives for this country.

Seahawks Bryan Mone leads a fun virtual Bingo night for D-Day veterans originally appeared on NBC Sports Northwest

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