7 results for month: 02/2018


Brophy Prep Welcomes Coach Kitna

Seahawks Legend Jon Kitna is becoming something of a high school coaching legend, taking on teams with losing football records and turning them into winners. Kitna's newest project is Brophy Prep in Phoenix, Arizona, where the former Seahawks quarterback is the new football coach. Kitna brings to Brophy an extensive football and coaching background. He received a Bachelor of Arts in math education from Central Washington University, where he started four years at quarterback and earned All-American honors. During his NFL career, Kitna played for the Seahawks (1997-2000), Cincinnati Bengals (2001-2005), Detroit Lions (2006-2008), and the Dallas ...

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NFL Speakers Bureau Boot Camp

Learn from industry experts about how to tell your story, tailor your message to specific audiences, and how to build your brand influence.

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NFL Advocacy in Sports Workshop

The NFL Advocacy in Sports Workshop is for Legends seeking to move into the public sphere while amplifying their voice for the purpose of positively impacting society.

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Craig Terrill Kicks Hunger, Again!

Seahawks Legend Craig Terrill (defensive tackle: 2004-2010) has been a driving force in recent years for the Seahawks in raising funds for the annual NFL Kick Hunger Challenge. And for the forth time in the past six years, the Seahawks took the top spot in the 32-team competition.  Terrill and Seattle restauranteur Chef John Howie raised $244,044 for Food Lifeline, an area charity, which is enough to provide nearly a million meals. Over the last six seasons, the Seattle team has won the Kick Hunger Challenge four times, providing $770,000 for – or 3.5 million meals – for those in need around Western Washington. Terrill and ...

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David Hughes is Mentoring Teens

David Hughes was a starting running back for the 1981-1985 Seahawks, and while he's been flying well under the radar for years, he has been making a life-changing difference every single day in one of the most crime-ridden neighborhoods in Seattle. In fact, to countless families in South Seattle, David Hughes is not a Seahawk. He is an angel. The Hughes family founded an inner-city outreach ministry called Paraclete 46, which is named after the number that defined Hughes’ gridiron career, and the Greek word that defines his life: Mentor. He says it all goes back to losing his father at age 11. “You can tell I get emotional,” he ...

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A Cortez Kennedy Fundraiser

Cortez Kennedy graduated from Rivercrest High School in Wilson, Arkansas. As a component of a campaign to build a new stadium, Rivercrest High is offering an opportunity to recognize and pay tribute to the late Seahawks great.

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Elston Ridgle & the New L.A. Stadium

As crews work around the clock to finish one of the world’s largest construction projects in Los Angeles, one former NFL great is putting up new stats on the ground where one of L.A.’s new football teams will hold scrimmage. Construction of the new Los Angeles NFL stadium in Inglewood, estimated to cost around $3 billion, is well under way, and former Seahawks defensive end Elston Ridgle is helping things run smoothly and safely. Ridgle, who played for the Seahawks in 1989 and ended his NFL career with the Los Angeles Raiders in 1993, is in charge of the safety of the 1,100 workers turning a giant, 320-acre hole in the ground into a stadium ...

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