6 results for tag: Kevin Mawae


Kevin Mawae in 2019 Pro Football HoF

Congratulations to Seahawks Legend Kevin Mawae, who is one of the eight new members of the 2019 Class of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Mawae was a second-round draft pick by the Seahawks in the 1994 NFL Draft, where he played 4 seasons at center (1994-1997). He would go on to play 8 seasons with the N.Y. Jets (1998-2005) and 4 seasons with the Tennessee Titans (2006-2009). The eight-time Pro Bowler said he was elated when he heard David Baker, the Hall of Fame president and chief executive, knock on his hotel door to inform him of the news. "It caught me off guard," Mawae said. "When they say the knock’s going to be a big, boisterous ...

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Legends in 2019 Hall of Fame?

A number of Seahawks Legends are on the list of nominees for the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2019. The Modern-Era nominees are comprised of 102 players and coaches, with Seahawks players and coaches highlighted in red on the roster below. The total roster of nominees consists of 47 offensive players, 39 defensive players, 5 special teams players and 11 coaches. The Modern-Era nominees will be reduced to 25 semifinalists in November and then to 15 finalists in January, 2019. There are currently four Seahawks Legends in the Pro Football Hall of Fame: Steve Largent, the late Cortez Kennedy, Walter Jones and Kenny Easley. Modern-Era ...

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Legends in 2018 Hall of Fame?

The Modern-Era nominees for the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2018 have been announced, comprised of 108 players and coaches. Among those players and coaches are a number of Legends who played for the Seahawks and also coached from the sidelines: Players Steve Hutchinson - Guard Seattle Seahawks (2001–2005) Minnesota Vikings (2006–2011) Tennessee Titans (2012) Edgerrin James - Running Back Indianapolis Colts (1999–2005) Arizona Cardinals (2006–2008) Seattle Seahawks (2009) Kevin Mawae - Center/Guard (also finalist in 2017) Seattle Seahawks (1994–1997) New York Jets (1998–2005) Tennessee Titans (2006–2009) K...

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Former Seahawks Among Finalists for Polynesian Football Hall of Fame

September 12, 2013 By Bill Boehlke Former Seahawks defensive lineman Manu'ula “Manu” Tuiasosopo joins former Seahawks center Kevin Mawae on the list of 25 finalists for inaugural induction into the Polynesian Football Hall of Fame. Tuiasosopo played for the Seahawks from 1979-1983, and was with San Francisco from 1984-1986. Mawae played for the Seahawks (1994–1997), the New York Jets (1998–2005), and Tennessee Titans (2006–2009). He started his pro career at right guard, moving to the center positon in 1996 where he played the rest of his career. Mawae was elected for the Pro Bowl on six consecutive occasions (1999–2004), and ...

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Kevin Mawae to be Inducted into the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame

<span class="mce_SELRES_start" style="width: 0px; line-height: 0; overflow: hidden; display: inline-block;" data-mce-type="bookmark"></span> Congratulations to Seahawks alumni Kevin Mawae, who will be inducted into the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame this June. An LSU standout, Mawae was one of the NFL’s top offensive linemen for 16 seasons, being voted to eight Pro Bowls and selected to seven All-Pro teams. "I'm proud to be one of the inductees and represent the state of Louisiana, LSU and my family," said Mawae. "I thank Coach (Mike) Archer, who recruited me, and all the coaches I played for while I was ...

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Five Seahawks Named to NFL All-Decade Team

Five Seahawks players from past and present are among the 53 players announced as members of the NFL's All-Decade team. Shaun Alexander, Steve Hutchinson, Edgerrin James, Walter Jones and Kevin Mawae make up the Seattle contingent. Jones (Seahawks 1997 - present) is the only current player on the Seahawks roster; Hutchinson (Seahawks 2001 - 2005) is with the Minnesota Vikings; and Mawae (Seahawks 1994-97) is with the Tennessee Titans. James was on the Seahawks roster for a short time in the 2009 season. The NFL All-Decade Team: OFFENSE Quarterback - Tom Brady, Peyton Manning Running Backs - Shaun Alexander, Jamal Lewis, Edgerrin James, ...

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