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A Visit with Frank Beede

Frank was an offensive lineman in his five years with the Seahawks (1996-2000), and was the first rookie free agent starter in team history. He now resides in the California bay area with his family and teaches tenth grade world history.

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Frank Beede to be Inducted into the Antioch Sports Legends Hall of Fame

Congratulations to former Seahawks offensive lineman Frank Beede, who will be inducted into the Antioch (Calif.) Sports Legends Hall of Fame in October, 2015. Beede graduated from Antioch High School in 1991, where he lettered in three sports: football, wrestling and track. He became the BVAL heavyweight wrestling champion in his senior year. He pursued football in college, playing on the offensive line as a guard for three seasons at U.C. Berkeley. He played in the 1992 Citrus Bowl and 1993 Alamo Bowl, and earned honorable mention for the All-Pac 10 Conference in 1994. Beede transferred his senior year to Oklahoma Panhandle State University, ...

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Frank Beede is the 2010 NFL Teacher of the Year

August 16, 2010 By Bill Boehlke Congratulations to Seahawks alumni Frank Beede, the winner of the 2010 NFL Teacher of the Year award. A 10th grade history teacher at Freedom High School in Oakley, Calif., Beede made an appearance at Qwest Field prior to the Seahawks-Titans preseason game and did the honors in raising the 12th Man flag. Beede says many students are surprised to learn he used to play in the NFL. Not that he advertises; he'd prefer to let his current work speak for itself. ''It's about making a difference. Obviously, I don't do it for the money,'' Beede said. ''You get to make a difference in these kids' lives. And you ...

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Frank Beede visits VMAC

October 9, 2009 Frank Beede and his family were special guests at VMAC, receiving a VIP tour of the facility from Paul Johns. Joining Frank above are his wife Kim, daughter Kendall and son Frank. Frank (the big guy) played center for the Seahawks from 1996 to 2000.

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