Carroll took to Twitter to offer the attractive newly engaged duo a pair of tickets, presumably to the team's Aug. 17 home game against the Denver Broncos, writing "Got 2 tickets to our game for new Seattlites Desiree & Chris... Who can help connect us?? @DesHartsock @ChrisRSiegfried."
"Bachelor" alum Molly Mesnick, whose now-husband Jason Mesnick memorably dumped Melissa Rycroft in order to begin their relationship anew, volunteered to serve as the go-between to make the ticket exchange happen. A mere three hours laters, Siegfried tweeted his thanks to Carroll, writing "Go Seahawks! Very excited and thankful for the opportunity. @PeteCarroll #12man @DesHartsock pic.twitter.com/zJue6K6Jy5."
But the exchange wasn't without a bit of extra humor, as "The Bachelor" 2013 winner Catherine Guidici, a long-time Seattle resident, called out Carroll for not extending a ticket offer in her direction. Giudici, who is engaged to Sean Lowe, complained "@PeteCarroll what about an evergreen Seahawks fan?! @SeanLowe09."
Hartsock recently moved from Los Angeles to Seattle to live with Siegfried, who popped the question during the Aug. 5 season finale of "The Bachelorette." Hartsock, who had previously expressed her love for finalist Brooks Forester, stunned viewers by accepting Siegfried's proposal.
"The Bachelor" 2014, which will star former professional soccer player and single dad Juan Pablo Galavis, premieres on ABC in January.