A Visit with Michael Bumpus
Bumpus was a wide receiver for the Seahawks in 2008, and played in 4 games total for his NFL career. He caught his lone TD pass in a Seahawks win over the St. Louis Rams.
A Visit with Rico Tipton
Tipton was a replacement player for the Seahawks over the 3 games of the 1987 NFL strike season. He started 2 of the 3 games at linebacker, and the team would go 2-1 over that span when the replacement roster was then replaced by the regular roster following the end of the strike.
NFL Legends Podcasts: NFL5Q
Over the past few months the NFL Legends Community has been recording a podcast series entitled NFL5Q. Each episode features a panel of NFL Legends having an unscripted, open conversation about topics that are meaningful to the Legends Community.
Those listening feel like they are part of a locker room conversation. With Aeneas Williams as the host, NFL5Q creates a dialogue that's raw and most importantly real.
The first two episodes are now available, and NFL5Q is now live on the NFL Legends Community website. Sign into the website and then click the microphone icon ...
A Real Suite Photo
The Legends suite at CenturyLink Field plays host to Seahawks Legends at every home game, and it was a full house for the Monday Night Football game against the Atlanta Falcons.
Pictured are (top): Lofa Tatupu, Red Bryant, Kenny Easley (wall image), Jordan Babineaux, Shaun Alexander and John Friesz; (bottom) Paul Johns and Marcus Trufant.
A Visit with Matt Hasselbeck
One of the all-time Seahawks greats, Hasselbeck totaled 174 TD passes over his 10 seasons at quarterback in Seattle.
A 3-time Pro Bowl selection (2003, 2005, 2007), he had 3 games with 5 TD passes, and he helped lead the Seahawks to their first Super Bowl in 2005.
Hasselbeck finished with 272 yards and 4 touchdowns in the "Beast Quake" 2010 playoff upset of the defending champion New Orleans Saints - his final home game as a Seahawk.
The Taste of the Seahawks
As part of the NFL's "Kick Hunger Challenge," the 2017 edition of the "Taste of the Seahawks" at CenturyLink Field was another great success.
Seattle’s finest restaurants and award-winning chefs were on hand serving up some tasty treats, and several Seahawks Legends were on hand to help support the cause.
All proceeds go to Food Lifeline and Ben's Fund.
A Visit with Jameson Konz
Konz had just 1 regular season game appearance with the Seahawks, and in his NFL career, at tight end in the 2011 season. He now works in Seattle as a recruiter for Amazon.
A Visit with Chris Warren
A 4th round pick in the 1990 NFL Draft, Warren would play 8 seasons with the Seahawks (1990-1997), his first 2 seasons primarily returning kickoffs and punts.
In 1992 he became the team's go-to running back, and would rush for over 1,000 yards over 4-straight seasons. He had career highs in rushing in 1994 (1,545 yards) and touchdowns in 1995 (16 - 15 rushing & 1 receiving).
His honors were numerous, including a 3-time Pro Bowl selection (1993-1995) and a 2-time All-Pro (1994 & 1995).
He led the Seahawks in rushing over 6-straight seasons (1992-1997), and ...
Legends’ Favorite Scary Movies
What's your all-time favorite scary movie? The question was posed to several Seahawks Legends, who came up with a variety of movies that they may, or may not, be watching on Halloween. Find out from the likes of: Edwin Bailey, Orlando Huff, David Hughes, Paul Johns, Paul Moyer, Dave Wyman, and Chris Warren.
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.