6 results for tag: Mike Holmgren


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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New Legends in PNW FB Hall of Fame

Add Matt Hasselbeck, Mike Holmgren and John Nordstrom to the ever growing list of Seahawks Legends who are members of the Pacific Northwest Football Hall of Fame. CenturyLink Field was the site of the 29th annual induction luncheon, held May 31, 2018. Legends wide receiver and "voice of the Seahawks" Steve Raible served as the mc. Hasselbeck stands as the all-time passing yards leader in Seahawks history. In his 10 seasons in Seattle, he threw for just shy of 30,000 yards and 174 touchdowns, as well as leading the team to six playoffs appearances and an NFC title in 2005. Holmgren's coaching career spanned four decades and all three ...

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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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Mike Holmgren to Coach in Annual NFLPA Game

Former Seahawks head coach Mike Holmgren  will serve as a head coach for the fourth annual NFLPA Collegiate Bowl. Joining Holmgren on the sideline as assistants are former Seahawks lineman Steve Hutchinson, former quarterback Jon Kitna, and Gil Haskell, who was Holmgren's offensive coordinator while with the Seahawks. The game, sponsored by the NFL Players Association, will be played on Saturday, Jan. 17, at the StubHub Center in Carson, Calif., and will air live on ESPN2 beginning at 1:00 pm PT. Only draft-eligible players are invited to the all-star game. Holmgren, one of the masters of the West Coast offense who led the Seahawks to their ...

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Introducing the Mike and Kathy Holmgren Center

June 21, 2010 By Bill Boehlke Mike Holmgren, the former Seahawks head coach who is now president of the Cleveland Browns, may no longer live and work in the Northwest these days, but his heart, and name, will always be connected to a Redmond-based international humanitarian organization. Medical Teams International announced in a ceremony on Friday, June 18, that its new regional headquarters in Redmond, currently in the design and construction phase, will be officially named the Medical Teams International Mike and Kathy Holmgren Center, in honor of the longtime volunteers. "To be able to contribute and to help in any way we could ...

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Former Assistant Coaches Land New Positions

One of the original players from the Seahawks' inaugural season has returned to the fold, and several former assistant coaches have found new positions in and out of the NFL. Sherman Smith has joined head coach Pete Carroll's staff as running backs coach for the Seahawks. Smith was drafted in the second round of the 1976 NFL Draft by the Seahawks as a running back, the first offensive player picked by the new expansion team in its first season. Smith led the team in rushing in his first four seasons, eventually amassing 3,429 yards and 28 touchdowns in his seven years (1976-82) with the team. He also caught the ball 210 times for a total of ...

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