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  • Watching Monday Night football just watched Sean Locklear get carted off the field on a pretty bad looking leg injury. Made me start to think about that 2005 team and wonder where all those guys are today and what they're doing.

    The only 2 still on the Seahawks of course are Leroy Hill and Marcus Trufant (wouldnt surprise me if next year we have no more connections to that team on our roster... its amazing how fast the NFL turns over.)

    I know several are still scattered around the league: Hasselbeck, Locklear, Babineaux, Hutchinson, etc, etc.

    I'm just curious if anybody knows what some of the other guys are doing these days. Its wierd how these guys are so loved by the fans and so in teh spotlight, then as soon as they're gone, they're GONE.

    I believe Bobby Engram is an assistant coach on the 49ers, or was at one point. Mack Strong is still around the Seahawks. And we know Jerramy Stevens is beating up Hope Solo.

    Really curious what the guys are doing these days... like Alexander, DJack, Wistrom, Jurevicious, Hamlin, Manuel, Tobeck etc, etc.
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  • hmm, hard to say, bet they are ALL watching the Hawks play ball though... :thirishdrinkers:
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  • What happened to Jurevicious after he left Seattle? I know he went to Cleveland for family reasons but then it seems like we never heard from him anymore. Did he retire to be wtih his family? Suffer injuries? Just get cut? He still seemed like he was relatively young and should have had a lot of football left in front of him when he left.
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  • Rocky Bernard plays DT forthe Giants. He has 2 Superbowl Rings
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  • ivotuk wrote:Rocky Bernard plays DT forthe Giants. He has 2 Superbowl Rings


    Good for him
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  • Engram is the WRs coach @ Pitt.
    Joe J had to deal with that damn staph infection epedemic in Cleveland and I believe he is in on the lawsuit with Lecharles Bentley, maybe Kellen Winslow against the Browns.

    Marquand Manuel is a coach with the Seahawks.
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  • kobebryant wrote:
    Marquand Manuel is a coach with the Seahawks.


    Is he really? I had no idea. He assistant DB's coach or something?
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  • Will Heller is in Detroit last I heard. Not sure if Maurice Morris is still on their roster. Hamlin is selling some type of apparel. He was in Seattle on his west coast tour and stopped by to talk to Softy, drumming up support for his business this summer.
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  • How about my boy Leonard Weaver? I really wish he would have worked out for us. Not to take anything from Michael Robinson who is a fantastic leader, but I thought Weaver had something special and although I believe he got injured in Phily, I was pissed off when the Seahawks let him go.
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  • I really liked Andre Dyson and Bryce Fisher too, they're both out of the league now though too I think. Oh yeah and Chartric Darby (shrek)
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  • Aros wrote:How about my boy Leonard Weaver? I really wish he would have worked out for us. Not to take anything from Michael Robinson who is a fantastic leader, but I thought Weaver had something special and although I believe he got injured in Phily, I was pissed off when the Seahawks let him go.

    Yeah, I LOVE MRob, but I thought letting Weaver go was so stupid at the time.
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  • Some of those guys really did disappear. I always liked Hackett, and I have no idea what happened to him.
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  • Aros wrote:How about my boy Leonard Weaver? I really wish he would have worked out for us. Not to take anything from Michael Robinson who is a fantastic leader, but I thought Weaver had something special and although I believe he got injured in Phily, I was pissed off when the Seahawks let him go.



    What was so good about Weaver?


    And I actually don't know. Just heard nice things about him. Seems to me he was just a good RB option who played FB?
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  • He displayed impressive speed for his size at FB. He had a nose for the endzone as well. Just seemed to make plays whenever he had the ball in his hands. Had a WICKED stiff arm. Really cool guy and great interview as well. Reminded me of a potential John L. Williams reborn.

    I'm sure there are YouTube clips of some of his awesome plays.

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  • Some nice highlights just watched some! That run against the Saints was AWESOME!
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  • Leonard Weaver was kind of Beastmode before we had BEASTMODE.
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  • hawksfan515 wrote:What was so good about Weaver?

    Weaver gave the single best stiff-arm I have ever seen in a SNF game against the Texans in 2005. I rank it ahead of the Beastquake stiff-arm.
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  • Weaver was a tweener. Small for the traditional fullback around 220's. good speed and power. Not a moves guy and ran upright. Very solid blocker.
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  • It was like a professional boxer jab!
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  • JSeahawks wrote:
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    Marquand Manuel is a coach with the Seahawks.


    Is he really? I had no idea. He assistant DB's coach or something?


    Yeah, bud. Assistant special teams. If you start watching for him you'll see him occasionally.

    It is pretty neat what the Hawks are doing with some guys that played really recently. Kris Richard (DBs), Kenechi Udeze (asst dline) and even Dan Morgan (ex-Panthers) is a regional scout. They also gave Jeff Ulbrich (longtime 49er) his first job and now I believe he is LBers/Special teams @ UCLA.

    In any other profession Pete's constantly surrounding himself with young men would be creepy, here its just giving guys opportunities.

    Also, Craig Terrill is pretty good/funny on the radio.
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  • Sorry, not trying to turn this into a Leonard Weaver thread but the OP got me all nostalgic...Here's some YouTube clips...







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  • That 05 texans game was awesome! The Weaver stiff-arm was rediculous!...damn that was the night Ken Hamlin got hit on the head with a sign outside a club downtown.

    That was the last time I saw the Hawks win at home untill this year when we beat the cowboys. :) (I go to A game every year and have had some bad luck)

    I remember we were out in belltown after the game, probably not too far from where Kenny got Jumped.



    Edit - i totally screwed that up - I saw the NFCCG that same year, and we won that one :shock: :D
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  • Engram is the WRs coach @ Pitt.


    Ugh... I was having breakfast when I read this. :throwup:
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  • jeramy stevens is slappin down olympic medalist apparently... i would actually like to see Hass retire and come back as an assistant..
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  • Happypuppy wrote:Weaver was a tweener. Small for the traditional fullback around 220's. good speed and power. Not a moves guy and ran upright. Very solid blocker.


    Weaver weighed 240+
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  • Aros wrote:How about my boy Leonard Weaver? I really wish he would have worked out for us. Not to take anything from Michael Robinson who is a fantastic leader, but I thought Weaver had something special and although I believe he got injured in Phily, I was pissed off when the Seahawks let him go.


    Yeah, Weaver blew out his knee in Philly and it's doubtful that he'll ever play again.
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  • HawkEye wrote:
    Engram is the WRs coach @ Pitt.


    Ugh... I was having breakfast when I read this. :throwup:


    pitt, as in the university. not as in the pittsburgh steelers.
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  • Weaver had all time favorite potential. Loved that kid.
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  • D.J. Hackett was signed by the Washington Redskins to a 2 year contract in 2009, but he only played one year and was released. He's still listed as a Free Agent.

    Also...if anyone's curious Etric Pruitt plays for the Mobile Bay Tarpons of the Southern Indoor Football League. The team is currently listed as "dormant" due to insufficient funds, but I'm sure he's probably a salesman for a cell phone company that provides poor coverage. :34853_doh:
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  • Jerheme Urban (Seahawks from 03 - 05) I saw recently tweeted Hass:

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  • ivotuk wrote:Rocky Bernard plays DT forthe Giants. He has 2 Superbowl Rings

    He only has one ring, his last Season in Seattle was 08.
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  • hawker84 wrote:jeramy stevens is slappin down olympic medalist apparently... i would actually like to see Hass retire and come back as an assistant..

    Hass deserves to retire a Seahawk.
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  • Andre Dyson
    Kelly Herndon

    Marcus Tubbs works for UT athletics in Austin

    Grant Winstrom. Retired. Haha winstrom

    Bryce Fisher
    Chris Gray
    Ryan Hannam
    Mo Morris
    Joe Tafoya

    Matt might know what David Greene is up to

    Tom Rouen
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    DD Lewis
    Koutivides plays for the Pats

    Marquand Manual
    Michael Boulware
    Pork Chop Womack


    Just rattling off names off the top of my head.. Not naming the obvious ones
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  • Big Walt's waiting for his call from the HOF. :mrgreen: It had BETTER be come his first year of eligibility!!
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    And btw, I've always felt this way and still do.....he should've been the League MVP that season. It was one of the most dominating seasons I have ever seen a football player have. He so dominated Patrick Kerney (he was a Falcon at the time) that Kerney actually quit playing, sat on the bench and refused to re-enter that game despite having NO injury in the middle of the 3rd quarter. I'm sure some of you remember that. Walt only gave up 2 sacks that season and oddly enough both were to Osi in the Giants game at Qwest that their kicker missed a couple of FGs leaving the door open for the Hawks' victory in OT. Oh, and he owned Joey Porter in SBXL* too, just as wife beater Stevens said he would.
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  • D.D. Lewis hasn't played since ending his second stint with the Hawks in 2008 and Rouen hasn't played since leaving the Hawks following the 2005 season. Womack hasn't played since being released from the Cleveland Browns in 2009.

    Ironically they're all still listed as free agents.
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  • usc17hawk wrote:Also...if anyone's curious Etric Pruitt plays for the Mobile Bay Tarpons of the Southern Indoor Football League. The team is currently listed as "dormant" due to insufficient funds, but I'm sure he's probably a salesman for a cell phone company that provides poor coverage. :34853_doh:


    This is the one man I blame most for the SB loss. We would have overcome the refs that game if Pruitt had not been out of position on the long Parker TD run and the Hines Ward TD.

    Pruitt came in when Manual got hurt. Before he came in the game, the Steelers could do NOTHING on Offense. They were shut down till Manual was forced out.

    Still the #1 reason we lost, IMO.
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  • My recollection is Leonard Weaver left in FA.

    Ruskell didn't want to pay Weaver what he thought that he was worth.
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