12 results for month: 08/2016

A Visit with Mack Strong

As an undrafted fullback who played his entire career for the Seahawks for over 14 seasons, Mack became one of the top blocking backs in the NFL. He also scored 15 TDs over his career, was twice a Pro Bowl selection (2005 & 2006), and was a key figure in the Seahawks' first-ever Super Bowl run in 2005. Today he lives in Pullman, WA, with his wife, Zoe, who is a professor at WSU, and their children.

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A Visit with Charly Martin

Charly's five-year NFL career found him on the Seahawks practice squad in the 2012 season, and today he's a vice president with Wheels Up, a private aviation firm.

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A Visit with Jeff Kemp

Jeff was a quarterback for the Seahawks for five seasons (1987-1991), which was his third stop in an 11-year NFL career (LA Rams: 1981-1985; San Francisco 49ers: 1986; Seattle Seahawks; Philadelphia Eagles: 1991). He is the author of the book, "Facing the Blitz," and is a motivational speaker who lives in Little Rock, Arkansas, with his wife, Stacy.

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Legends Community Newsletter – August, 2016

The NFL Bridge to Success

Kenny Easley is a Senior Finalist for the 2017 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Seahawks Legend Kenny Easley has been selected as the Senior Finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2017. Easley was picked by the Hall of Fame’s Seniors Committee that met in Canton, Ohio, on Monday, August 15. Easley was selected out of UCLA by the Seahawks as the fourth player overall in the 1981 NFL Draft. He became an immediate starter as a rookie, recording three interceptions for 155 yards and one touchdown, earning him AFC Defensive Rookie of the Year honors. In 1983, his first season playing for new head coach Chuck Knox, Easley won the AFC Defensive Player of the Year Award and recorded seven interceptions. In ...

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NFL Alumni Update – August 11, 2016

A Visit with George Dyer

The Seahawks in the 1980s sported a powerhouse defensive line featuring Jeff Bryant, Jacob Green and Joe Nash, and the man behind their success was defensive line coach George Dyer. Dyer came to the Seahawks in 1983 along with head coach Chuck Knox, and was an assistant coach through the 1991 season. He went on to coach for the Denver Broncos as an assistant for eight seasons, earning two Super Bowl rings along the way.

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A Visit with Alonzo Mitz

Alonzo was a defensive end for the Seahawks in the 1986-1989 seasons, and he enjoyed off-roading in his "Zo-Mobile" while with the team. He now lives in the Seattle area.

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