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A Visit with Joe Tafoya

A defensive end for the Seahawks in the 2005-2006 seasons, Tafoya was at the right place at the right time for the team's first Super Bowl appearance. Since his retirement from the NFL, Tafoya has been busy with a number of ventures, including his own media company, a golf experience studio located at Safeco Field, and his wife Brandelyn's clothing line - Lady 12. He was also behind the campaign that set a Guinness World Record for "Loudest Crowd Roar at an Outdoor Sports Stadium," which was set in 2012 at CenturyLink Field, and later set again after the first record was broken (the Kansas City Chiefs currently hold the record).

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Mack Strong’s Golf Tournament

Founded in 2002, Seahawks Legend Mack Strong's Team-Works Foundation empowers youth in Pacific Northwest communities. The Foundation's 11th Annual Banquet Auction and Celebrity Golf Tournament was held on June 29 & 30 at the Golf Club at Newcastle, with a number of Mack's former teammates and friends turning out to help raise money for a great cause. "We are working with kids that are middle school age up to high school age," said Mack about the focus of his foundation. "It's a youth development mentoring program, we have a three-part curriculum: strong mind, strong body, strong character. We're making sure that all the kids that come through ...

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A Visit with Joe Tafoya


2017 Legends Halftime Ceremony

The 2017 Seahawks Legends Weekend was held on September 16th & 17th, and featured over 70 Seahawks Legends representing teams from the 1970s on up to recent years. At halftime of the Seahawks-49ers game, the Legends took to the field, through a cordon of Sea Gals Alumni, and strolled the sidelines shaking hands and high-fiving the 12s.

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Apps for Athletes

April 8, 2012 By Steve Kelly The doctor's words were chilling. Even if Joe Tafoya subconsciously knew the post-surgery verdict on his injured foot, his athlete's heart was ready to fight against it. "OK, Joe," his surgeon told him, "you'll never be able to run, jump or pivot the way that you have in the past. To the level you have in the past. I don't know what that means for you in your professional career, but things are going to change drastically for you." In the middle of the 2008 training camp, at the tail end of his career, defensive end Joe Tafoya broke a bone and tore ligaments in his foot. The foot was in a boot for six ...

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