3 results for tag: Eugene Robinson
Seahawks Legends on Your Bookshelf
Books by former pro athletes certainly make for interesting reading, featuring behind the scenes stories from the lockerroom, motivational forces while growing up, life in the spotlight, and so on. The category of Seahawks Legends in print features quite a few offerings from over the years, including players, coaches, and even a couple of team owners. Some of these books are out of print, so your best bet to track down a copy would be online sources like Amazon and ebay. And a visit to a used bookstore or two could also yield some of these titles. Former team owner John Nordstrom's book, Mr. John: Football, Flying, and a Proud Family Legacy, was ...
A Visit with Eugene Robinson
As a free safety for the Seahawks for 11 seasons (1985-1995), Robinson would go on to set several team records on defense, and today he remains the franchise leader in tackles by a wide margin. He would go on to play for Mike Holmgren and the Green Bay Packers (1996-1997), and was a member of the Super Bowl XXXI Champion team. After 2 season with the Atlanta Falcons (1998-1999), he spent the 2000 season with the Carolina Panthers and then retired from the NFL.
Eugene Robinson: A Big Hit
October 25, 2011 By Scott M. Johnson Like many football players of his generation, Eugene Robinson couldn't stand the word no. Not when they told him he was too small, not when they told him he didn't have an impressive college pedigree and not when they told him that he was no longer good enough. Eugene Robinson defied the odds many times during a 16-year NFL career. While he takes pride in being one of the few players to go from non-scholarship Colgate University to the starting lineup of an NFL team, the thing that he remembers most about his career is how he won back the starting job that was once taken away. Robinson did it in typical ...