The Men from Milton

Milton College, which closed its doors in 1982 after 115 years as a college in Milton, Wisconsin, saw two graduates from its football teams play in the NFL - and both with the Seahawks. Dave Kraayeveld (DE - 1978) and Dave Krieg (QB - 1980-1993) look back at their playing days with the Milton Wildcats and how they managed to take that next big step to the NFL.

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2017 Legends Halftime Ceremony

The 2017 Seahawks Legends Weekend was held on September 16th & 17th, and featured over 70 Seahawks Legends representing teams from the 1970s on up to recent years. At halftime of the Seahawks-49ers game, the Legends took to the field, through a cordon of Sea Gals Alumni, and strolled the sidelines shaking hands and high-fiving the 12s.

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Legends in 2018 Hall of Fame?

The Modern-Era nominees for the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2018 have been announced, comprised of 108 players and coaches. Among those players and coaches are a number of Legends who played for the Seahawks and also coached from the sidelines: Players Steve Hutchinson - Guard Seattle Seahawks (2001–2005) Minnesota Vikings (2006–2011) Tennessee Titans (2012) Edgerrin James - Running Back Indianapolis Colts (1999–2005) Arizona Cardinals (2006–2008) Seattle Seahawks (2009) Kevin Mawae - Center/Guard (also finalist in 2017) Seattle Seahawks ...

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A Visit with Corky Trewin

As the Seahawks' team photographer since 1979, Trewin has had literally hundreds of Seahawks Legends in his viewfinder during the games, with thousands of photos to show for it. Go behind the scenes with him on game day and see what it takes to get those special images.

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A New Day with Randall Morris

Seahawks Legend Randall Morris counted fellow running back Curt Warner and Hall of Fame wide receiver Steve Largent as teammates during his five seasons in Seattle. Since retiring, he's remained in the area, continuing to make an impact in the community. Randall sat down with KING TV's "New Day" host Margaret Larson on September 7 to chat about his time with the Seahawks and preview his 11th annual celebrity golf tournament, which benefits two local non-profit organizations: the Burned Children's Recovery Foundation and Mary's Place. The Randall Morris Foundat...

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The NFL Bridge to Success

An exclusive event for you and your significant other that provides tools and peer-to-peer support for mental, physical, financial, and future occupational success.

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Paul Moyer Joins PAWS for Rescues

Seahawks Legend Paul Moyer joined the PAWS team for their first Hurricane Harvey rescue this week. He helped move some very heavy dog carriers from an airplane to the rescue vans. If you'd like to help, you can apply to be a foster family or make a donation so PAWS can continue accepting dogs and cats from the affected regions.  PAWS is based in Lynwood, Washington, and is a champion for animals: rehabilitating injured and orphaned wildlife, sheltering and adopting homeless cats and dogs, and educating people to make a better world for animals and people.

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A Visit with Efren Herrera

A popular personality during his four seasons (1978-1981) as a kicker with the Seahawks, Herrera is probably best remembered for teaming up with QB/placeholder Jim Zorn on a number of memorable fake field goals. His foot also won several games in the final seconds of play, and his work off the field with the USO led to a friendship with comedian Bob Hope, the face of the USO itself.

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A Visit with Rod Jones

Jones had a short stay on the Seahawks' 1989 roster as a tight end, all of 4 games to be exact, when another tight end was sidelined with an injury. He previously played the 1987-1988 seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs. Jones was also a member of the 1984 Washington Huskies football team that finished #2 in the nation with their Orange Bowl win over Oklahoma. He currently works as the Academic Coordinator for men's football and basketball at the University of Washington.

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A Visit with Rian Lindell

As a kicker for the Seahawks for three seasons (2000-2002), Lindell had the distinction of not missing a PAT while with the team (96-96)... in fact, he holds the NFL record for consecutive PATs without a miss at 321. He went on to play 10 seasons with the Buffalo Bills (2003-2012) and one season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2013) before retiring from the NFL. His career PAT totals were 432-433, with his lone miss coming in the 2010 season.

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