6 results for tag: ricky watters


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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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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Ricky Watters Helps Raise Awareness for Foster Youth

What was your life like at age 18? That's the question behind a campaign showcased during Super Bowl 50 to raise awareness for youths who "age out" of the foster care system when they turn 18. A group of NFL players and celebrities is working with Oakland-based nonprofit First Place for Youth to launch its "When I Was 18" crowdfunding campaign by taping their own stories. The nonprofit received a $500,000 Game Changer grant from the NFL's Super Bowl 50 Host Committee to help foster youths make the transition into the adult world, which can often happen abruptly, with no safety net. About 26,000 foster youths across the country age out of the ...

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A Visit with Ricky Watters

As a running back, Ricky "Running" Watters was a member of the 1994 Super Bowl XXIX Champion San Francisco 49ers, scoring 3 TDs in their win over San Diego. He finished his 10-year NFL career with the Seahawks (1998-2001), rushing for 22 touchdowns and receiving for four more in Seattle.

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Ricky Watters Joins the High School Football Coaching Ranks

April 15, 2013 By Bill Boehlke Former Seahawks running back Ricky Watters is the new head football coach at Oak Ridge High School in Orlando, Florida. The Oak Ridge Pioneers have won six or more games five times in the past six seasons, including 6-4, 8-4, 7-4 and 7-4 records. The Pioneers were 47-127 from 1990-2006 and have put together four consecutive winning seasons for the first time since at least the 1970s. Watters played for ten seasons in the NFL with San Francisco, Philadelphia, and Seattle. In 1998, Watters joined the Seahawks and played in Seattle until his retirement in 2001. He finished his professional career with 10,643 ...

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