Hall of Fame Honors for Rueben Mayes

The College Football Hall of Fame, the Pacific Northwest Football Hall of Fame, and now the State of Washington Hall of Fame's Class of 2018. With two Halls of Fame honors already under his belt, Seahawks Legend Rueben Mayes will soon be adding a third. Mayes was an All-American running back for the Washington State Cougars and set an NCAA record with 357 rushing yards against Oregon in 1984. He was the NFL offensive rookie of the year in 1986 when he played for the New Orleans Saints (1986-1991). In seven NFL seasons, including the 1992-2993 seasons with the Seahawks, ...

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Steve Broussard is a New Head Coach

Seahawks Legend Steve Broussard has a new position in the coaching ranks, recently being named head coach of the St. Monica Catholic High School Mariner football program. Now residing in California, Broussard most recently served as the head coach at Fort Vancouver High School in Washington. “I'm looking forward to being a Mariner and joining a Catholic community that focuses on character development,” Broussard said. “Together, we can change behaviors, change attitudes, change mindsets and cultivate a competitive football program – that’s my purpose ...

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Trent Dilfer, Soul and Science

Seahawks Legend Trent Dilfer (QB, 2001-2004) will soon be co-hosting a new program called Soul and Science. The former ESPN analyst will join John Brenkus (host and creator of the 6-time Emmy Award winning Sport Science) for the new venture. Soul and Science will feature Dilfer and Brenkus as they provide in-depth analysis of athletes in every sport, with Dilfer exploring the intangible factors (Soul) that make an athlete special, and Brenkus diving deep into the biomechanics (Science) of elite athletic performance. In a groundbreaking deal with NFL Network, Soul ...

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Shaun Alexander & The Walk

Shaun Alexander was a special guest on the Christian Broadcasting Network, where he discussed his book, "The Walk", his playing days with the Seahawks, his faith, family, and more. Alexander travels the country speaking to business and military audiences, at sports camps, and at churches and Christian conferences. He was Kentucky’s High School Mr. Football, and graduated from the University of Alabama where he was an NCAA All American. As a first-round pick by the Seahawks in the 2000 NFL Draft, he would go on to become the team's first NFL MVP. His book, "The ...

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Jordan Babineaux & Winners for Life

Seahawks Legend Jordan Babineaux was the keynote speaker at the Seattle Rotary Club’s March 14 luncheon. He talked about maintaining good habits and discipline in life. It was all part of the Rotary’s celebration of 44 students in the Seattle Public Schools who have overcome extreme adversity with the help of the Winners For Life (WFL) program. WFL is a foundation that offers scholarships to at-risk youth.

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The Hall of Fame for Sam Merriman

Former University of Idaho football great Sam Merriman will be inducted into the Idaho Athletic Hall of Fame, as part of the 56th North Idaho Sports Award Banquet. The event will be held on April 14, at the Best Western Plus Coeur d’Alene Inn. Merriman played linebacker his first two seasons under coach Jerry Davitch, and his final two under (future Seahawks head coach) Dennis Erickson. A four-year starter, he led the team in tackles his final three seasons, with his four-year total of 519 still standing as the most in school history. He was a three-time ...

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Next Stop, Wingstop for Seneca

Seahawks Legend quarterback Seneca Wallace will open his first Wingstop restaurant in Ames, Iowa, this month, with a second location following this summer in Des Moines. The Ames Wingstop is owned and operated by Wallace, a former star quarterback for Iowa State University, who went on to achieve success as a professional quarterback for the Seahawks (2003-2009). Wallace also played for the Cleveland Browns (2010-2011) and Green Bay Packers (2013). “I owe a lot to this great city, having started my football career down the street at Iowa State, and it’s a great ...

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David Kirtman’s Golf Tournament

"I want this golf event to remind us all that people affected by Alzheimer's deserve a cure, and I hope this event is one step in fighting to end it."

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Brophy Prep Welcomes Coach Kitna

Seahawks Legend Jon Kitna is becoming something of a high school coaching legend, taking on teams with losing football records and turning them into winners. Kitna's newest project is Brophy Prep in Phoenix, Arizona, where the former Seahawks quarterback is the new football coach. Kitna brings to Brophy an extensive football and coaching background. He received a Bachelor of Arts in math education from Central Washington University, where he started four years at quarterback and earned All-American honors. During his NFL career, Kitna played for the Seahawks (1997-200...

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NFL Speakers Bureau Boot Camp

Learn from industry experts about how to tell your story, tailor your message to specific audiences, and how to build your brand influence.

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