2 results for tag: Dan Saleaumua


Polynesian Honors for Dan & Lofa

Dan Saleaumua and Lofa Tatupu are among the 4 inductees selected from a list of 12 finalists for the Polynesian Football Hall of Fame Class of 2019. Saleaumua was a defensive tackle for the Seahawks for 2 seasons (1997-1998), and also played for the Detroit Lions (1987-1988) and Kansas City Chiefs (1989-1996). He started 9 of the 16 games he played in the 1997 season, and 6 of the 11 games played in 1998, his final NFL season. He still holds the Kansas City Chiefs record for most fumble recoveries with 18. Tatupu was a linebacker for the Seahawks for 6 seasons (2005-2010). His dad, Mosi, who played for the New England Patriots, was ...

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Honors for Polynesian Legends

Three Seahawks Legends are among the finalists for the Polynesian Football Hall of Fame Class of 2018. Dan Saleaumua (defensive tackle, 1997-1998), Mosiula Mea'alofa "Lofa" Tatupu (linebacker, 2005-2010), and Manu'ula “Manu” Asovalu Tuiasosopo (defensive end, 1979-1983) are the Legends in the running. Five inductees (four players and one coach/contributor) will be announced on October 10, 2017. They will be honored during the Polynesian Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Weekend and during the Polynesian Bowl on January 19 & 20, 2018. The Polynesian Football Hall of Fame honors Polynesia’s greatest players, coaches and contributors. ...

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