Seahawks All-Offense Team: Part 2 of 2

Steve Largent

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks Blogger Brett Bivens takes us on a trip down memory lane, this time bringing us his second edition of the Seahawks all time offensive weapons. I don’t care how good a quarterback is, he’s nothing without protection. There is only one man I would ever want protecting the blind side of my quarterback. In this case Matt Hasselbeck. That man is Walter Jones. No offense to Andy Heck.

NWSB Exclusive: Catching up with former Seahawks fullback Mack Strong

Where Is Mack Strong When We Need Him?

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Alistair Corp made us all jealous a couple weeks ago when he was able to catch up with former Seahawks All-Pro fullback Mack Strong. The definition of a class act, he answered all Alistair’s questions, and wasn’t TOO obnoxious when he beat me him a throwing contest (the difference between a 16-year NFL pro and a sports writer we suppose). Mack weighs in on Super Bowl XL.

Catching up with former Seahawks placekicker Norm Johnson

Norm Johnson

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Alistair Corp visited Century Link field this past weekend. He got to interview two former Hawks. HUGE thank you to Degree Men, Mack Strong, and Norm Johnson for giving him this opportunity! Johnson played 18 seasons in the NFL for the Seahawks (1982-90), Falcons (91-94), Steelers (95-98), and the Eagles (1999). He graduated from UCLA in 1981.

*My* top 12 Seahawks moments: The best 12th Man flag raisers

Chuck Knox, the first great coach of the Seahawks (photo bleacherreport.com)

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Clinton Bell tells us about his top twelve 12th Man flag raisers at the Clink. From the olden days of the Kingdome, to the newer heroes of the Clink, the Seahawks have had some damn fine talent on their side. Of course Chuck Knox, Mack Strong, Steve Largent, and Cortez Kennedy made the list, but there are some others here like Norm Johnson, Ken Hamlin, Warren Moon, and Curt Warner who need the love too.

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