Seahawks’ Marsh gifted ‘Magic’ cards after his were taken

The cards are worth $20,000

Marsh was sent a care package of new 'Magic: The Gathering' cards. November 10, 2016, (Wizards of the Coast Twitter account)
Marsh was sent a care package of new 'Magic: The Gathering' cards. November 10, 2016, (Wizards of the Coast Twitter account)

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Seahawks’ linebacker Cassius Marsh took to social media and pleaded for the return of his stolen “Magic: The Gathering” cards on Wednesday.

Marsh said the cards were stolen from his vehicle, and he offered two tickets to the next Seahawks home game in exchange for their safe return.

“Magic: The Gathering” is a popular trading card game.

Marsh’s cards were stolen while his vehicle was parked outside of the Ashton Manor nightclub in Seattle.

Although Marsh still hadn’t received his stolen cards by Thursday, Wizards of the Coast (the makers of “Magic: The Gathering”) sent him a care package full of new cards.

The Seattle Times reported Marsh’s stolen cards are worth $20,000.

Wizards of the Coast said some cards included in Marsh’s care package were donated by employees who wanted to help the linebacker out. The company said it also donated a gift of equivalent retail value to a Seattle-based children’s charity.