8 results for month: 10/2015
Joey Galloway Inducted into the Ohio State Athletics Hall of Fame
Congratulations to Seahawks alumni Joey Galloway, who was inducted into the Ohio State Athletics Hall of Fame on Sept. 18, 2015. Galloway was a four-year letter winner at wide receiver for the Buckeyes from 1991-94. He played in 36 games and started 27 times at split end; and he finished his career as one of the great receivers in school history with 108 receptions for 1,894 yards and 19 touchdowns, totals that would be much higher had he not missed all but two games of the 1992 season because of injury. He still ranked in the Top 5 in school history in receptions (fourth), receiving yards (fourth) and touchdowns (second) while averaging more ...
A Visit with Patrick Kerney
Kerney joined the Seahawks in 2007 after eight years with the Atlanta Falcons, and his impact was immediate: 2007 NFC Defensive Player of the Year, 2007 All-Pro, he led the NFC in sacks, and he was selected as a starter to the 2007 Pro Bowl. He is married to ESPN anchor Lisa Kerney, a former sports reporter for KING TV in Seattle.
A Visit with Keith Simpson
Taken as the 9th pick overall by the Seahawks in the 1978 NFL Draft, Simpson would enjoy an eight-year career as a defensive back with the team. He was also one of three players who totaled four interceptions returned for touchdowns in a 1984 game against the Kansas City Chiefs in Seattle.
Michael Robinson Introduces the World’s Smartest Mouthguard
Michael Robinson had just finished football practice when he saw his teammate, Craig Lobrano, collapse on the field in the summer of 2000. Robinson, then a budding high school football star at Richmond (VA) Varina, immediately knew something was wrong. “He wasn’t really coherent. We just knew something was different,” Robinson recalls. Lobrano was taken to the hospital, but was pronounced dead the next morning. The cause of death: heat stroke. “As a football player, you don’t tell people when you think you’re tired or dehydrated. You just keep fighting,” Robinson said. “To have something like that happen as a ...
A Visit with Ronnie Harris
A wide receiver who also saw time on special teams during his five years with the Seahawks (1994 - 1998), Harris also played two years with New England (1993-1994) and finished his NFL career with Atlanta (1998-1999). Today he is a pastor in Woodinville, WA.
A Visit with John L. Williams
Taken as the 15th pick by the Seahawks in the first round of the 1986 NFL Draft, Williams would quickly show he was a fullback who could do a lot more than just block. In his eight seasons with the Seahawks (1986 - 1993), he would total 17 rushing TDs and 16 receiving TDs. Williams was also a Pro Bowl selection in 1990 and 1991.
A Visit with Darrell Jackson
"D-Jack" was a wide receiver for the Seahawks from 2000 - 2006, and is #2 all-time for the Seahawks in touchdown receptions with 51, behind, who else, Steve Largent. He was also on the Seahawks team that went to their very first Super Bowl in 2006.
A Visit with Brian Blades
Brian was a wide receiver for the Seahawks from 1988 - 1998, and played his entire NFL career in Seattle. A Pro Bowl and All-Pro selection in 1989, Blades had 8 receiving TDs in his rookie season and followed with 5 TDs in his second year; he had a 34 total receiving TDs over his 11 year career.