Mack Strong Receives NW Football Honors

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April 30, 2010

By Bill Boehlke

Paul Johns, Mack Strong and Steve Raible

Paul Johns, Mack Strong and Steve Raible

Strong290_0430Congratulations to Mack Strong, who was inducted into the Pacific Northwest Football Hall of Fame at a luncheon Friday at the Ballard Elks. Joining Mack at the event were his wife, Zoe, and his mom, Rose. Fellow Seahawks alumni Steve Raible (inducted in 2001) was the MC, and Seahawks Asst. Community Relations Director Paul Johns was part of a Seahawks contingent at the luncheon.

Mack played his entire 15-year NFL career in Seattle and retired in 2007. He was selected twice in his career to play in the Pro Bowl, making the trip to Honolulu in 2005 and 2006.

Mack and his family currently reside in Newcastle, Washington, and he and his wife now devote their time to working with the Washington Chapter of HOPE Worldwide, a non-profit organization. Mack also provides insight and commentary for Fox Sports Northwest’s Seahawks coverage.

Others Seahawks personnel that have been inducted into the Pacific Northwest Football Hall of Fame:

1993 – Steve Largent, Jim Zorn
1994 – Kenny Easley, Pete Gross
1996 – Curt Warner
1997 – Dave Krieg
1999 – Warren Moon
2001 – Manu Tuiasosopo, Steve Raible
2003 – Dan Doornink
2004 – Chuck Allen
2005 – Keith Gilbertson
2008 – Robbie Tobeck, Gary Wright
2009 – Rueben Mayes, Norm Evans

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