2017 Trufant Bowling Classic
It's a family affair when Marcus and his Trufant Family Foundation put on their annual fundraiser at Acme Bowl in Tukwila, WA. All the proceeds support local charities & programs, and there's always great support from Seahawks fans & Seahawks Legends to make it another successful event.
A Visit with John Friesz
A quarterback for the Seahawks for 4 seasons (1995-1998), Friesz had his best season in 1996, starting 6 of the 8 games he played with 8 touchdown passes - his 3rd-highest scoring total for a season over an 11-year NFL career.
A Visit with Julian Peterson
Peterson was a linebacker for the Seahawks for 3 seasons (2006-2008), joining fellow linebackers Lofa Tatupu & Leroy Hill. He was selected to the Pro Bowl for the 3rd time in 2006 after recording 89 tackles and a career-high 10 sacks that season.
In his 3 seasons in Seattle, Peterson totalled 249 tackles, 24.5 sacks (10 in 2006, 9.5 in 2007, 5 in 2008) and 3 interceptions (1 in 2006, 2 in 2007) in 48 games, and he was selected to 3 Pro Bowls.
A Visit with Leroy Hill
Hill was an outside linebacker for the Seahawks for 8 seasons (2005-2012), with an impressive 72 tackles and 7.5 sacks his rookie year. He also had 1 career touchdown off a fumble recovery & return against the Baltimore Ravens in 2007.
A Visit with Lofa Tatupu
As a 2nd-round pick by the Seahawks in the 2005 NFL Draft, Tatupu's impact on the defense at linebacker was rewarded with 3 Pro Bowl appearances in his first 3 seasons with the team.
He would go on to play through the 2010 season with the Seahawks, and would later join head coach Pete Carroll's coaching staff.
A Visit with Kenny Easley
A strong safety for the Seahawks for 7 seasons (1981-1987), Easley's impact on how to play defense in the NFL was immense, earning AFC Defensive Rookie of the Year honors in 1981, and he was the AFC Defensive Player of the Year in 1983.
He was also a first-team All-Pro in the 1982 to 1985 seasons, a 5-time Pro Bowl selection (1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1988), and was named to the NFL's 1980s All-Decade team.
Easley was inducted into the Seahawks Ring of Honor in 2002, and the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2017.
The Seahawks retired his #45 jersey on October 1, 2017.
Kenny Easley’s Number Retirement
Seahawks Legend Kenny Easley had the honor of having his #45 retired at halftime of the Seahawks-Colts game on October 1, 2017.
His was the 5th number to be retired by the Seahawks in team history, and he also received his Pro Football Hall of Fame ring during the ceremony.
Alongside Kenny were fellow Hall of Fame members Steve Largent, Walter Jones, and Courtney Kennedy, who represented her late father Cortez Kennedy.
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 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.