13 results for month: 09/2018


A Visit with Michael Boulware

A 2nd-round pick by the Seahawks in the 2004 NFL Draft, Boulware would go on to compile 11 interceptions as a safety - including one returned 63 yards for his sole NFL touchdown - over his 3 seasons in Seattle. He started all regular season and playoff games in the Seahawks' 2005 Super Bowl season.

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A Visit with Niko Koutouvides

As a 4th-round pick by the Seahawks in the 2004 NFL Draft, Koutouvides would go on to play linebacker with Seattle through the 2007 season. He was part of the first-ever Seahawks' Super Bowl team that played the Pittsburgh Steelers (Super Bowl XL), and he would later make another Super Bowl appearance in 2012 while with the New England Patriots (Super Bowl XLVI).

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A Visit with John Yarno

Yarno played center for the Seahawks for six seasons (1977-1982), becoming a starter in the 1978 season. Born in Spokane, WA, he played college football at Idaho, where he became the first Vandal to be named to the Division 1 All-American First-Team in 1976. That honor also included an appearance on the Bob Hope Christmas Special in December, 1976, where Hope introduced each member of the All-American Team. Yarno and his wife Sandy reside in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.

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A Visit with Dwayne Harper


2018 Legends Halftime Parade

The Seahawks home opener on Sept. 23, 2018 against the Dallas Cowboys was also a special event for a legion of Seahawks Legends in attendance. At halftime of the game, the Legends paraded onto the field with family members to the applause of the 12s, and a special highlight video was shown on the stadium screens showcasing these Seahawks greats. Legends Weekend got underway Saturday morning with the alumni watching a walk-through practice at VMAC. After practice they met and chatted with the players and head coach Pete Carroll. And a 24-13 win over the Cowboys on Sunday helped wrap up another great Legends event! " order_by="sortorder" order_d...

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A Visit with Jon Borchardt


The Randall Morris Golf Invitational

The White Horse Golf Club, located in Indianola, WA, was the site of the 12th Annual Randall Morris Celebrity Golf Invitational, held Sept. 15 and 16. A 1½-hour drive and ferry boat ride from Seattle, the two-day event featured a reception and auction at the nearby Suquamish Clearwater Casino on the 15th, followed by the golf tournament the following day at the White Horse Golf Club. Morris, a running back for the Seahawks in the 1984-1988 seasons, welcomed attendees at Saturday's reception. Anny Havland from Talk It Up TV was the emcee for the evening, and Seahawks Legends reporter Mike Brown himself headed up the live auction. " ...

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A Visit with Steve Niehaus


Seahawks Legends Run for Sickle Cell

Seward Park along Lake Washington was the site for the 13th Annual Sickle Cell Run, held on Saturday, September 15. Several Seahawks Legends turned out for the event, and all had one thing in common: they were teammates of fellow Legend Bobby Engram, who lost his daughter Bobbi from complications of sickle cell on August 25. Sean Locklear, Lofa Tatupu and Marcus Trufant were all teammates with Bobby, and all were members of the Super Bowl XL team as well. Bobby and his daughter Bobbi were very active in the local sickle cell community, including building the Seattle Sickle Cell Walk and attending the Northwest Sickle Cell Camp. Bobbi, age 20, ...

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A Visit with John Yarno

Yarno played center for the Seahawks for six seasons (1977-1982), becoming a starter in the 1978 season. Born in Spokane, WA, he played college football at Idaho, where he became the first Vandal to be named to the Division 1 All-American First-Team in 1976. That honor also included an appearance on the Bob Hope Christmas Special in December, 1976, where Hope introduced each member of the All-American Team. Yarno and his wife Sandy reside in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.

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