5 results for tag: Ronnie Harris


Legends & Seahawks Make-A-Wish Day

A number of Legends were on hand for Seahawks Make-A-Wish Day on August 7, 2018, at CenturyLink Field. As part of the special day, the Make-A-Wish kids put on their own Seahawks jerseys in the locker room before being introduced on the stadium PA and running out the tunnel onto the field. The Legends played catch with them, signed autographs and posed for pictures too.

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Legends & Make-A-Wish Day


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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A Visit with Ronnie Harris

A wide receiver who also saw time on special teams during his five years with the Seahawks (1994 - 1998), Harris also played two years with New England (1993-1994) and finished his NFL career with Atlanta (1998-1999). Today he is a pastor in Woodinville, WA.

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Oregon Track Stars Go Long for the Seahawks

August 31, 2011 The University of Oregon has never been a school to shy away from experimentation on the football field over the years. Keeping in mind Oregon’s ability to be innovative and think outside the box, it shouldn't be surprising that over the past three decades the Ducks have had repeated success in taking sought-after track athletes and converting them into quality wide receivers that have excelled in the NFL. Starting with JJ Birden in the 80s, leading into Ronnie Harris and Patrick Johnson in the 90s, and Samie Parker and Jordan Kent into 2000 and beyond, the NFL has reaped the benefits of Oregon’s extensive efforts to take ...

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