3 results for tag: Paul Skansi
3 Legends in Football Hall of Fame
Although they never played together at the same time for the Seahawks, Legends Brock Huard, Ron Howard & Paul Skansi got together for the first time on May 13, 2016, to be inducted into the Pacific Northwest Football Hall of Fame. The ceremony luncheon was held at the Nile Golf and Country Club in Mountlake Terrace, WA. Steve Raible, the "Voice of the Seahawks," served as the emcee. Originating in 1990 by former members of the Seattle Ramblers football team, the Pacific Northwest Football Hall of Fame has selected the best of the best of Northwest football for over 20 years. Other Seahawks Legends inducted into the Hall include: ...
A Visit with Paul Skansi
A wide receiver for the Seahawks from 1984-1991, Paul will long be remembered for his TD catch as time expired to help beat the Kansas City Chiefs on November 11, 1990.
Paul Skansi: The Big Catch
September 9, 2011 By Scott M. Johnson Having spent much of his adolescence on fishing boats, alongside his father and older brother, Paul Skansi grew up knowing what it's like to dream of the big catch. The Gig Harbor native planned on carrying on the family tradition of becoming a commercial fisherman. But even after Paul Skansi found another calling, his destiny was essentially the same. Skansi, a local football star who went on to play at the University of Washington and eventually for the nearby city's NFL team, made one of the biggest catches in Seahawks history. Even more than 25 years later, the memory still lingered in the minds ...