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A Visit with Fred Anderson

Anderson joined the Seahawks as a defensive end after winning 2 Super Bowls with the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1977 & 1978. He played 3 seasons (1980-1982) with the Seahawks, and then retired from the NFL. He would go on to run a successful Seattle contracting firm, Leajak Concrete Construction, that has been a major player in numerous projects over the years in the Puget Sound area. Anderson's leadership in the community has included the following roles promoting causes that impact small businesses: *Mayor of Seattle Leadership Committee for Disadvantaged Contractors *Member of Construction Industry Workforce Advisory Committee *Member of ...

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Fred Anderson is a Captain of Industry

The Seahawks have a number of Legends that are Hall of Fame members, be it pro football, college football, state, city, and association halls of fame, etc. Joining this growing roster is former Seahawks defensive end Fred Anderson, who is the 2017 Tabor Legacy Hall of Fame Award winner. Anderson played for the Seahawks from 1980-1982, and later started his own construction company. And it was through his work here that he began making his name known in the Puget Sound community for his social work and advocacy for fellow contractors. "I've been kind of a political guy, fighting for a lot of the smaller, minority contractors," said Anderson. ...

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Fred Anderson is Torn Between Seahawks & Steelers

February 4, 2006 Fred Anderson was strictly a defensive lineman in his day, someone who chased down quarterbacks and running backs for a living, a guy bent on getting off the block and making the tackle. For Sunday's Super Bowl XL, he'll be a two-way player. Anderson, 51, will be rooting for the Seahawks - and the Steelers. He's one of a handful of guys who have played for both teams (John L. Williams, Willie Williams, Levon Kirkland, Franco Harris, Chad Brown and the late Dave Brown are among others), but remains the only one with a Northwest address. He was with Seattle for the 1980, '81 and '82 seasons as a part-time starter, splitting ...

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