14 results for month: 12/2015


Ken Lucas Named to 2015 SEC Legends Class

Seahawks alumni defensive back Ken Lucas was honored as part of the 2015 SEC Legends Class over the weekend of Dec. 4th & 5th, 2015, in Atlanta, GA. Lucas joined 13 other former stars who excelled on the gridiron and helped write the rich history of the sport at their respective institutions. Lucas was a wide receiver & defensive back at Ole Miss from 1997-2000. As a senior in 2000, he earned All-America and All-SEC honors, leading the nation with an Ole Miss-record 30 passes defended while also leading the Rebels with five interceptions. In 2000 he anchored a secondary that ranked first in the SEC and ninth nationally in pass ...

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Rick Tuten Inducted into the Forest High Hall of Fame

Congratulations to Seahawks alumni punter Rick "Bootin'" Tuten, who was inducted into the Forest High School Hall of Fame in Ocala, Florida, on Saturday, December 5. Tuten was both a quarterback and punter in high school, and he led the nation his senior year with a 47.1 yd. punting average. He played his college ball as a punter at Florida State University. He is also Ocala's first all-pro in any sport. Called the "hardest working man in Seattle" as a punter for the Seahawks from 1991-1997, Tuten punted the ball 108 times in 1992, tied for fourth-most in a season in NFL history. In 1992, he punted for 4,760 yards with an average ...

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Take Part in a Charity Challenge for Richard Sherman

Richard Sherman has been selected as the Seattle Seahawks' 2015 "Man of the Year," it was announced today. The cornerback was recognized for his skills on the field and his dedication to youth, education and the community. Sherman is among 32 NFL players selected from their respective teams, who are now all eligible for the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award. He and the other nominees will all receive $5,000 to donate to their charity of choice. As part of the announcement, an inaugural Charity Challenge, presented by Nationwide, is underway around the league, and Seahawks alumni and fans are encouraged to take part. The social ...

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A Visit with Eugene Robinson

As a free safety for the Seahawks for 11 seasons (1985-1995), Robinson would go on to set several team records on defense, and today he remains the franchise leader in tackles by a wide margin. He would go on to play for Mike Holmgren and the Green Bay Packers (1996-1997), and was a member of the Super Bowl XXXI Champion team. After 2 season with the Atlanta Falcons (1998-1999), he spent the 2000 season with the Carolina Panthers and then retired from the NFL.

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