20 results for month: 11/2014
A Visit with Randall Morris
Nicknamed "Too Hard to Handle", Randall was a 10th-round pick by the Seahawks in the 1984 NFL Draft out of Tennessee.
A Visit with Dan Doornink
"Dr. Dan" was a running back for the Seahawks for seven seasons (1979-85), and will always be remembered for his 123-yard rushing performance in the 1984 Wild Card playoff win against the LA Raiders at the Kingdome.
A Visit with Tony Davis
A 4th-round pick in 1985 by the Seahawks, Tony never actually saw game action, and instead was on the injured reserve list for two years before retiring in 1987 following knee surgery.
A Visit with Kerry Carter
Carter was a FB for the Seahawks in the 2003-2004 seasons, and went on to play for the Washington Redskins (2006), and Montreal Alouettes of the CFL. Today he heads up a media company in Seattle.
A Visit with Orlando Huff
Huff was drafted by the Seahawks in the fourth round of the 2001 NFL Draft, where he played from 2001-2004. He would go on to play with the Arizona Cardinals (2005-2006), and Atlanta Falcons (2007).
A Visit with Steve Vallos
Vallos was drafted by the Seattle Seahawks in the seventh round of the 2007 NFL Draft, where he played from 2007-2009. As an offensive lineman and center, Vallos would go on to play for the Cleveland Browns, Philadelphia Eagles, Jacksonville Jaguars and Denver Broncos.
A Visit with Chick Harris
As running backs coach for the Seahawks (1983-1991), Harris had the luxury of working with such talented backs as Curt Warner and John L. Williams. Harris began his NFL career in 1975 with the Washington Redskins, and he was most recently the running backs coach for the Houston Texans (2002-2013).
A Visit with Byron Walker
Drafted by the Seahawks out of The Citadel in 1982, Byron "Bones" Walker was a wide receiver for the team. He scored 7 TDs over his five-year career with the Seahawks (1982-86).
It’s a Small World for Theotis Brown
Not too many people can lay claim to having shared a locker in high school with a future Academy Award winning actor. And how many athletes can thank a college basketball coaching legend for helping them find shoes that fit - to play football? Well, Theotis "Big Foot" Brown is waving his hand. A running back for the Seahawks from 1981-1983, Brown earned the nickname "Big Foot" in college by sporting size 15 feet, which he used to become the then all-time leading rusher in UCLA Bruins history at the conclusion of his college career. Brown was raised in Oakland, Calif. and attended Skyline High School. His locker mate in school happened to ...
2014 Seahawks Alumni Weekend
It was an all-decades showing of Seahawks alumni on the first weekend of November. The annual event saw former players from the 70s through recent years gather at team headquarters on Nov. 1 to watch morning practice, and then meet the current players on the roster afterwards. The following day the alumni were introduced on the field prior to the Seahawks - Oakland game, and then sat back and enjoyed a 30-24 win over the Raiders.