Hall of Fame Honors for Chad Brown
Seahawks Legend Chad Brown is one of ten Colorado University alumni athletes who will be inducted into the school's Hall of Fame in November.
The group will officially be inducted into the Hall on Thursday, November 9, and will be introduced at halftime of the CU-Southern California football game on Saturday, November 11, to complete the weekend.
A second-team All-American as a senior in 1992 (NEA, honorable mention by UPI), Brown overcame three separate injuries that season to finish the year as a unanimous All-Big Eight selection. He rebounded from a broken ...
Happy Anniversary, Steve Raible
Congratulations to Seahawks Legend Steve Raible, who is celebrating 35 years with KIRO TV. Raible is a news anchor for the CBS affiliate in Seattle, and is equally well known as the "Voice of the Seahawks" for the team's radio broadcasts.
Raible played his entire NFL career with the Seahawks (1976-1981) as a wide receiver. He recalls of his playing career, "When you remember all your highlights, you haven't had enough of them."
After retirement he moved into the radio broadcast booth, joining then-announcer Pete Gross as a color commentator. He became ...
NFL Business Webinar in July
The NFL will have a Business Webinar on Tuesday, July 18, which will be available to all Legends. The Webinar will be co-hosted by the NFL and Michigan’s Ross School of Business, and it will target Legends who are interested in starting their own business; with a focus on opportunities to learn more in the financial and business areas.
This Webinar will give players insight on the business planning process and how to find and evaluate business ideas. The Webinar is 60-minutes and will be led by Professor Len Middleton. There will be a ...
The Pacific NW Football Hall of Fame
The 2017 edition of the Pacific Northwest Football Hall of Fame induction class featured several Seahawks Legends, plus a couple more important Seahawks associates.
Joining the 2017 class were: Dave Brown, Blair Bush and Jack Patera, plus team photographer Corky Trewin and Seahawks team owner Paul Allen. The induction luncheon was held on May 19, 2017, at CenturyLink Field, with Seahawks Legend and "Voice of the Seahawks" Steve Raible serving as mc.
John Patera accepted the induction plaque on behalf of his dad, former Seahawks head coach Jack Patera, and relayed the ...
A Hall of Honor for Ken Hamlin
Former Seahawks safety Ken Hamlin will be inducted this September as a member of the 2017 class of the University of Arkansas Sports Hall of Honor.
Hamlin finished his career as the Raxorback’s record holder in tackles, despite playing only three seasons from 2000-2002. He racked up 381 career tackles before entering the 2003 NFL Draft following his junior year.
In his final collegiate season, he earned first-team All-America honors from CollegeFootballNews.com, and first-team All-SEC recognition from the Associated Press, SEC Coaches and Sporting News ...
RIP Seahawks Legend Rick Tuten
The Seahawks organization, and Seahawks fans, mourn the passing of former punter Rick Tuten, who died unexpectedly in Costa Rica this week. He was 52.
The cause of death is not immediately known.
Nicknamed "Bootin' Tuten," he played seven season for the Seahawks, 1991-1997, and in 1992 he tied for fourth-most punts in a season in NFL history with 108 punts. He also totaled a career-high 4,760 yards (44.1 avg.) that season. Tuten set his career-high punting average in 1993 at 44.5 yards per punt, and in 1994 he made his lone career trip to Hawaii as a ...
More Legends for the Hall of Fame?
Four Seahawks Legends and one former Seahawks assistant coach are among the nominees for the 2018 Class of the College Football Hall of Fame.
The nominees are: Robert Gallery (guard - 2011), Jacob Green (defensive end - 1980-1992), E.J. Junior (linebacker - 1992-1993), Dave Dickenson (quarterback - 2002), and former linebackers coach Ken Norton Jr. (2010-2014).
The announcement of the 2018 Class will be made Monday, Jan. 8, 2018, in Atlanta. The city is serving as the host for the CFP National Championship, which will be played later that day at ...
Legends Remember Cortez
Cortez Kennedy died too soon on May 23, 2017, at the age of 48, and the Pro Football Hall of Fame and Seahawks Ring of Honor member is remembered by Jordan Babineaux, Brock Huard, Steve Largent, Sean Locklear, Ray Roberts, Marcus Trufant, and Jim Zorn.
A Different Kind of Miracle
Curt Warner dodged the questions for years.
How come we never see you? Is something wrong?
People want answers when someone such as Warner, a famed and beloved Seattle Seahawks star, withdraws from the public eye for more than 20 years. Warner and his wife, Ana, never knew what to tell people.
If they detailed the around-the-clock challenges of raising their twin autistic sons, people might think they were complaining, or were ungrateful for lives that included so many gifts. They certainly didn’t want to give that impression.