Winston Moss to be Inducted into University of Miami Sports Hall of Fame

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Winston Moss as a Seahawk, #99 with the Miami Hurricane, and assistant head coach with the Packers.

Congratulations to former Seahawks linebacker Winston Moss (1995-1997), who will be inducted into the University of Miami Sports Hall of Fame at its 47th Annual Induction Banquet on April 9 at Jungle Island in downtown Miami.

A linebacker at Miami, Moss teamed with Miami Hall of Fame member George Mira Jr., Jerome Brown, Dan Stubbs and former Seahawks DB Bennie Blades (1997), among others, to lead the Hurricanes to an undefeated season and a spot in the National Championship game. In 1986, despite missing two games, Moss was fourth in total tackles (87), but second in solo tackles (60), just one behind Mira for the team lead, including eight unassisted tackles in the Canes’ 23-15 victory over Florida. A member of the 1983 National Championship team, Moss went on to a 10-year NFL career.

He began his coaching career in 1998 as a defensive quality control assistant for the Seahawks, and is currently the associate head coach for the Green Bay Packers.