12 results for tag: Sean Locklear


Legends on the Playoffs

As the 2018 Seattle Seahawks return to the playoffs, a number of Seahawks Legends weigh in on their own playoff experiences, and the advice they would give to a number of the current players making their first playoff appearances. Comments from Edwin Bailey, Paul Johns, Norm Johnson, Sean Locklear, Sidney Rice, Lofa Tatupu, Marcus Trufant and Jim Zorn.

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Legends on the Playoffs

As the 2018 Seattle Seahawks return to the playoffs, a number of Seahawks Legends weigh in on their own playoffs experiences, and the advice they would give to a number of the current players making their first playoff appearances.

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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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Seahawks Legends Run for Sickle Cell

Seward Park along Lake Washington was the site for the 13th Annual Sickle Cell Run, held on Saturday, September 15. Several Seahawks Legends turned out for the event, and all had one thing in common: they were teammates of fellow Legend Bobby Engram, who lost his daughter Bobbi from complications of sickle cell on August 25. Sean Locklear, Lofa Tatupu and Marcus Trufant were all teammates with Bobby, and all were members of the Super Bowl XL team as well. Bobby and his daughter Bobbi were very active in the local sickle cell community, including building the Seattle Sickle Cell Walk and attending the Northwest Sickle Cell Camp. Bobbi, age 20, ...

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Mack Strong’s Golf Tournament

Founded in 2002, Seahawks Legend Mack Strong's Team-Works Foundation empowers youth in Pacific Northwest communities. The Foundation's 11th Annual Banquet Auction and Celebrity Golf Tournament was held on June 29 & 30 at the Golf Club at Newcastle, with a number of Mack's former teammates and friends turning out to help raise money for a great cause. "We are working with kids that are middle school age up to high school age," said Mack about the focus of his foundation. "It's a youth development mentoring program, we have a three-part curriculum: strong mind, strong body, strong character. We're making sure that all the kids that come through ...

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Legends Remember Cortez

Cortez Kennedy died too soon on May 23, 2017, at the age of 48, and the Pro Football Hall of Fame and Seahawks Ring of Honor member is remembered by Jordan Babineaux, Brock Huard, Steve Largent, Sean Locklear, Ray Roberts, Marcus Trufant, and Jim Zorn.

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Legends & the 2018 Special Olympics

The 2018 Special Olympics USA Games will be held in Seattle on July 1-6, 2018, and a number of Seahawks Legends were in attendance at a special benefit party on May 25 at Pier 57 on the Seattle waterfront. Weighing in on the event were: Jordan Babineaux, Brock Huard, Steve Largent, Sean Locklear, Ray Roberts, Marcus Trufant, Jim Zorn, ESPN's Kenny Mayne, with a special appearance by Marshawn Lynch.

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Legends Remember Cortez


The Marcus Trufant Bowling Classic

Marcus Trufant and his Family Foundation return to Acme Bowl in Tukwila, WA, for the 12th Annual Bowling Classic. All proceeds benefit local charities like the Boys & Girls Club, and a number of Seahawks players past and present were on hand to lend their support to this worthy cause.

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Zane’s Story

A Message from the Family of Sean Locklear (Zane Locklear is the son of former Seahawks offensive lineman Sean Locklear and his wife Tiffany) Zane was staying with his grandma in North Carolina when he ran off playing and found a way to access the pool (which is fenced, but accessible through a house door). He was found in the pool unconscious. A neighbor, who happened to be a nurse, responded to shouting and immediately started CPR. Paramedics and police arrived and continued to administer CPR, which continued until they arrived at the hospital. After approximately an hour they got his pulse back, which was the first hurdle. They conducted ...

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