3 results for tag: Autry Beamon
A Visit with Autry Beamon
As a defensive back for the Seahawks for three seasons (1977-1979), Autry made an immediate impact in his first game when he blocked a punt and ran it in for a touchdown against the Baltimore Colts. After his first two NFL seasons with the Minnesota Vikings (1976-1976), Beamon followed Jack Patera to Seattle, where he totaled 11 interceptions during his stay. He went on to play for the Cleveland Browns in 1980-1981, and then retired from the NFL. Autry now lives in Minneapolis and works in the cement industry. He was in Seattle on Sept. 10 & 11, 2016, for the "Patera Era Weekend."
Legends Chat with Michael Bennett
Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett takes over the microphone and chats with the likes of Steve Largent, Autry Beamon, Ken Geddes, Jim Zorn, Joe Nash, Jeff Bryant, and a couple of current players too.
Jacob Green & Autry Beamon Inducted into Texas Black Sports Hall of Fame
December 13, 2010 By Bill Boehlke Congratulations to Jacob Green and Autry Beamon, who joined several other notable sports figures inducted into the 2010 Class of the Texas Black Sports Hall of Fame. The enshrinement was held on Saturday, December 11, 2010 at the Dallas Marriot City Center in Dallas, Texas. Jacob was an All-American selection at Texas A&M in 1979 after compiling 134 tackles and a then school-record 20 quarterback sacks. His 37 career sacks still ranks second in A&M history, and he owns school records for career fumbles caused (12) and season fumbles caused (6 in 1978). A first-round draft pick (10th overall) in ...