2 results for tag: Ken Geddes

A Visit with Ken Geddes

As the top pick by the Seahawks in the 1976 NFL Expansion Draft, Ken Geddes was also the team's first-ever pick, as the college draft came later. Geddes played linebacker for the Seahawks in the 1976-1978 seasons, following his 1970 rookie season with the Detroit Lions and five seasons (1971-1975) with the Los Angeles Rams. He had 3 career interceptions while with the Rams, and matched that total in the 1977 season with the Seahawks. After retiring from the NFL, Geddes would go on to earn a master's degree, and he became a counselor in Seattle’s middle schools — first at Whitman, then Aki Kurose. And it was at Aki Kurose where he re-teamed with ...

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Legends Chat with Michael Bennett

Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett takes over the microphone and chats with the likes of Steve Largent, Autry Beamon, Ken Geddes, Jim Zorn, Joe Nash, Jeff Bryant, and a couple of current players too.

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