18 results for month: 08/2017


A Visit with Corky Trewin


A Visit with Efren Herrera

A popular personality during his four seasons (1978-1981) as a kicker with the Seahawks, Herrera is probably best remembered for teaming up with QB/placeholder Jim Zorn on a number of memorable fake field goals. His foot also won several games in the final seconds of play, and his work off the field with the USO led to a friendship with comedian Bob Hope, the face of the USO itself.

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A Visit with Rod Jones

Jones had a short stay on the Seahawks' 1989 roster as a tight end, all of 4 games to be exact, when another tight end was sidelined with an injury. He previously played the 1987-1988 seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs. Jones was also a member of the 1984 Washington Huskies football team that finished #2 in the nation with their Orange Bowl win over Oklahoma. He currently works as the Academic Coordinator for men's football and basketball at the University of Washington.

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A Visit with Rian Lindell

As a kicker for the Seahawks for three seasons (2000-2002), Lindell had the distinction of not missing a PAT while with the team (96-96)... in fact, he holds the NFL record for consecutive PATs without a miss at 321. He went on to play 10 seasons with the Buffalo Bills (2003-2012) and one season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2013) before retiring from the NFL. His career PAT totals were 432-433, with his lone miss coming in the 2010 season.

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Legends Newsletter – August 2017

Welcome to the 2017 NFL Season! We are excited to build upon the success of the Legends Community and provide you with even more opportunities to engage with each other, your teams and the NFL going forward! Take a look at what is available right now.

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Fred Anderson is a Captain of Industry

The Seahawks have a number of Legends that are Hall of Fame members, be it pro football, college football, state, city, and association halls of fame, etc. Joining this growing roster is former Seahawks defensive end Fred Anderson, who is the 2017 Tabor Legacy Hall of Fame Award winner. Anderson played for the Seahawks from 1980-1982, and later started his own construction company. And it was through his work here that he began making his name known in the Puget Sound community for his social work and advocacy for fellow contractors. "I've been kind of a political guy, fighting for a lot of the smaller, minority contractors," said Anderson. ...

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Legends Check in on “96 CHECK”

Seahawks Legend Walter Jones introduces the "96 CHECK" initiative for all his fellow NFL Legends. The idea is to have NFL players and families check on one player that they have not talked to in a while on September 6 (9/6) each year, "to make sure all is good." "96 CHECK" is Walter's way of paying homage to his late friend and teammate, Cortez Kennedy, who wore #96, while helping NFL players everywhere who may have gotten lost in the cracks. Cortez would always call Walter for no other reason than to "check on him." The initiative starts today, August 23, which is Kennedy's birthday; and it's a good time of the year right now - just before ...

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Legends and the Solar Eclipse

The much-heralded 2017 solar eclipse across the U.S. occurred on the same day as the Seahawks Rumble at the Ridge golf tournament, which raises the question: how does an eclipse affect a Seahawks alumni's golf game? Steve Largent, Dave Krieg, Jacob Green, Lawyer Milloy, Efren Herrera, Jim Zorn & more weigh in with the answers.

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A Visit with Rian Lindell


Legends & Seahawks Make A Wish Day

Seahawks Legends were front and center for Seahawks Make-A-Wish Day (actually Days) held on August 16-18. On hand for Day 1 activities at CenturyLink Field were: Nesby Glasgow, Ronnie Harris, Paul Johns, Norm Johnson, David Kirtman, Dave Krieg, Paul Moyer and Jim Zorn. And what was in store for the kids on Day 1 was amazing: nine Wish kids and their family members arrived at the stadium on a Seahawks bus. The kids and their families were escorted to their “locker room” and were greeted by stadium staff holding signs, waving pom poms and cheering for them; and each Wish kid had their own locker full of Seahawks memorabilia, including their ...

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