Seahawks players volunteer at North SeaTac Park during a day of service

New Seahawks Charles Cross, Dareke Young and Shamarious Gilmore volunteered at North SeaTac Park on Friday.

SEATAC, Wash. — Some new Seahawks recruits lent a helping hand on Friday in protecting urban forests on the team’s day of service

Offensive tackle Charles Cross, wide receiver Dareke Young and guard Shamarious Gilmore teamed up with Delta Airlines to support Forterra’s Green City Partnerships program. The initiative works with 15 cities around the region to restore urban forests.

Cross, Young and Gilmore helped move a mountain of mulch and plant new trees alongside other volunteers at North SeaTac Park, which is the largest open space in

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