SPOKANE, Wash. -- Seahawks quarterback, Russell Wilson, may have been the man on the hour Thursday at Wilson Elementary but a different young man stole the show.
Tyler Dullanty may not completely grasp what a Super Bowl game is or who Russell Wilson is. In his mind, the 7-year-old boy only knew the group of Seahawks fans was there to see him walk.
Tyler suffered a brain injury when he was born and doctors did not know if he would walk or talk.
He and his family were joined by other families at the Wilson-to-Wilson celebration Thursday to talk about the therapy their children have gotten at the Spokane Guilds' School.
The local school for children with disabilities said it is using the inspiration of the Seahawks to build their families up.
Spokane Guilds' School partnered with Wilson Elementary to fundraise. In 2013, Wilson raised $1,000.
This year, their goal was to reach $12,000 in honor of the 12th man.