20 results for month: 11/2014
Marcus Trufant Bowling Classic
Seahawks alumni and current Seahawks players turned out in force on November 3rd, 2014, for the 10th Annual Marcus Trufant Bowling & Billiards Classic. The evening of fun & fund-raising was held at Acme Bowl in Tukwila, WA., and the event was sponsored by the Trufant Family Foundation, with proceeds going to help underprivileged children.
Walter Jones Enters the Seahawks Ring of Honor
The complete induction ceremony and an interview with Walter Jones. First it was the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and then came induction into the Seahawks Ring of Honor for Walter Jones. The ceremony was held at halftime of the Seahawks-Raiders game on November 2, 2014. "You can talk the talk and walk the walk now," said Walter about his induction. "You're in the Hall of Fame and now in the Ring of Honor, and you've proven you have done everything you needed to do on the football field." The Seahawks Ring of Honor: Steve Largent (wide receiver: 1976–1989) - inducted 1989 Dave Brown (cornerback: 1976–1986) - inducted 1992 Pete Gross ...
Walter Jones – Ring of Honor
First it was the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and then came induction into the Seahawks Ring of Honor for Walter Jones. The ceremony was held at halftime of the Seahawks-Raiders game on November 2, 2014.
A Visit with Sean Locklear
A tackle for the Seahawks from 2004-2010, Sean was part of the offensive line that blocked for Shawn Alexander during his 2005 NFL MVP year.
Legends Chat with Michael Bennett
Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett grabs the microphone for interviews with Dave Krieg, Mack Strong and Anthony Simmons.
A Visit with Rueben Mayes
An All-American at Washington State Univ., Mayes was a third-round pick in the 1986 NFL Draft by the New Orleans Saints, and he would go on to play for the Seahawks in the 1991-92 seasons.
A Visit with David Hughes
Hughes was a 2nd round pick for the Seahawks in the 1981 NFL Draft, and as a running back he would lead the team in rushing in the 1983 season.
A Visit with Dave Brown’s Family
One of the all-time greats in Seahawks history, who passed away too soon, Dave Brown's wife & two sons weigh in on the Seahawks' Ring of Honor member. Brown tied an NFL record with two interception returns for touchdowns in a single game: November 4, 1984, against the Kansas City Chiefs at the Kingdome. He was a Pro Bowl selection in 1984, and was an All-Pro selection in 1984 and 1985.
A Visit with Chris Gray
Chris enjoyed an 11-year career with the Seahawks (16 years total in the NFL), and holds the team record for consecutive starts with 121. He would play every position on the offensive line, although he was primarily at guard.
A Visit with Chuck Allen
Chuck Allen was the VP of Football Operations for the Seahawks for over 15 years, and was with the team when the likes of Chuck Knox and Mike McCormack came to town.