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Legends Remember Jack Patera

<span class="mce_SELRES_start" style="width: 0px; line-height: 0; overflow: hidden; display: inline-block;" data-mce-type="bookmark"></span>Sam Adkins, Ron Howard, Norm Johnson and Jim Zorn weigh in on playing for Jack Patera, the very first Seahawks head coach, who passed away on October 31, 2018. Jack Patera's Obituary Jack Patera passed away peacefully at home on October 31, 2018, surrounded by family, friends and his dogs. Jack was born on August 1, 1933 in Bismarck, North Dakota, to parents Frank and Dorothy Patera, the oldest of five children. He spent memorable years as a young child in Bend, Oregon, before ...

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The Randall Morris Golf Invitational

The White Horse Golf Club, located in Indianola, WA, was the site of the 12th Annual Randall Morris Celebrity Golf Invitational, held Sept. 15 and 16. A 1½-hour drive and ferry boat ride from Seattle, the two-day event featured a reception and auction at the nearby Suquamish Clearwater Casino on the 15th, followed by the golf tournament the following day at the White Horse Golf Club. Morris, a running back for the Seahawks in the 1984-1988 seasons, welcomed attendees at Saturday's reception. Anny Havland from Talk It Up TV was the emcee for the evening, and Seahawks Legends reporter Mike Brown himself headed up the live auction. " ...

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Legends & Seahawks Make A Wish Day

Seahawks Legends were front and center for Seahawks Make-A-Wish Day (actually Days) held on August 16-18. On hand for Day 1 activities at CenturyLink Field were: Nesby Glasgow, Ronnie Harris, Paul Johns, Norm Johnson, David Kirtman, Dave Krieg, Paul Moyer and Jim Zorn. And what was in store for the kids on Day 1 was amazing: nine Wish kids and their family members arrived at the stadium on a Seahawks bus. The kids and their families were escorted to their “locker room” and were greeted by stadium staff holding signs, waving pom poms and cheering for them; and each Wish kid had their own locker full of Seahawks memorabilia, including their ...

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Kenny Easley Elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame

And Kenny Easley now makes it an even four Seahawks Legends in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame's selection committee today officially transitioned Easley from "senior finalist" to "Class of 2017." He will join his former teammate, Steve Largent, who was enshrined in the Hall in 1995, as well as Seahawks Legends Cortez Kennedy (enshrined in 2012), and Walter Jones (enshrined in 2014). "I'm enormously grateful for this opportunity," said Easley on his selection. "To be reconsidered after 20 years, I'm glad it happened now, because I feel that if it had happened in 1997, I wouldn't be as grateful as I am right ...

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Legends’ All-Time Favorite Players

So, who is Steve Largent's all-time favorite Seahawks player? Who is Mack Strong's all-time favorite Seahawks player? Find out the answers and the reasons why from Steve, Mack, and many more Legends.

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A Visit with Norm Johnson

As a kicker for 9 seasons the Seahawks (1982-1990), Norm remains the team's all-time leading scorer. "Mr. Automatic" concluded his 18-season NFL career with the Philadelphia Eagles in 1999.

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Norm Johnson: The Man with the Golden Leg

By Scott M. Johnson While the 1983 NFL draft will forever be remembered for its deep pool of quarterbacks, the previous year's annual selection event can be looked back upon for its productivity at another position. In 1982, two drafted kickers with similar names came into the NFL and spent more than two decades making Pro Bowls and setting records. By the early part of the 21st Century, Morten Andersen and Gary Anderson were still kicking despite having already attained the status of immortals. Andersen broke Anderson's NFL record for career points in 2006, and the duo is included in just about any conversation that involves the greatest kicker in ...

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The Seahawks’ 35th Anniversary Dream Team

By Clare Farnsworth Imagine a Seahawks offense with the ability to move the ball with Shaun Alexander running behind the left side of a line comprised of Walter Jones, Steve Hutchinson and Robbie Tobeck, and aided by the bulldozing lead blocks of fullback Mack Strong. Now, picture that same offense featuring a passing attack with Matt Hasselbeck distributing the ball to Hall of Fame wide receiver Steve Largent, as well as Brian Blades, slot receiver Bobby Engram and tight end John Carlson. On defense, close your eyes and envision just how dominating a line could be with sack-master ends Jacob Green and Michael Sinclair flanking a tough-...

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