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Local artist teams with Richard Sherman to sell autographed drawings for charity

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A local artist used his grief over the death of his mother as a way to reconnect to his love of drawing, and he’s using it to help others.

His name is Keegan Hall and he’s known for his incredible sketches of local athletes.

Keegan teamed up with Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman for his biggest contribution to charity yet.

Photojournalist Erika Wutherich shows us his latest project.

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Prints go on sale Friday, September 11 at He's created 200 limited-edition prints of "The Huddle" drawing which has been numbered and signed by Sherman and Hall. Each print is $200, and all $40,000 will go to Blanket Coverage, The Richard Sherman Family Foundation.

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