28 results for month: 09/2017
A Visit with Leroy Hill
A Visit with Hillary Butler
Butler played linebacker for the Seahawks in the 1998 season, his sole NFL season on an active roster. He was on the practice squad with the Denver Broncos in the 1997 season when the team won Super Bowl XXXII. Butler played college football at the University of Washington, and was part of the 1991 team that shared the national championship with Miami. A local product, he also played football at Lakes High School in Lakewood, WA.
A Visit with Lofa Tatupu
A Visit with Dave Kraayeveld
Kraayeveld was a defensive end for the Seahawks in 1978, his only NFL season. He shares the distinction, with fellow Seahawks Legend Dave Krieg, of being the only two players from the now-closed Milton College to play in the NFL.
A Visit with Isaiah Kacyvenski
As a 4th-round pick by the Seahawks in the 2000 NFL Draft, Kacyvenski would play 6 seasons (2000 - 2006) as a linebacker in Seattle. He would go on to play with the St. Louis Rams, also in 2006, before retiring from the NFL. After returning to Harvard to get his MBA, he is now an investor in a number of tech and bio-tech companies around the country.
A Visit with J.P. Darche
Darche was already in medical school when he signed with the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League in the 1999 season as a linebacker. He then joined the Seahawks as a long-snapper for 7 seasons (2000-2006), and would go on to play 2 seasons (2007-2008) with the Kansas City Chiefs before retiring from the NFL. Darche then went back to medical school to complete his studies, and is now a doctor practicing in Kansas City, Missouri.
A Visit with Fred Anderson
Anderson joined the Seahawks as a defensive end after winning 2 Super Bowls with the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1977 & 1978. He played 3 seasons (1980-1982) with the Seahawks, and then retired from the NFL. He would go on to run a successful Seattle contracting firm, Leajak Concrete Construction, that has been a major player in numerous projects over the years in the Puget Sound area. Anderson's leadership in the community has included the following roles promoting causes that impact small businesses: *Mayor of Seattle Leadership Committee for Disadvantaged Contractors *Member of Construction Industry Workforce Advisory Committee *Member of ...
A Visit with Kenny Easley
A Visit with Dana LeDuc
As the Strength & Conditioning Coach for the Seahawks from 1995-1998, LeDuc fulfilled a goal he had long held after being brought on board by then-Head Coach Dennis Erickson. A local product who attended Washington High School in Parkland, WA, LeDuc would go on to join the St. Louis Rams in 1999 as their Strength & Conditioning Coach, which also happened to be their Super Bowl winning season.