Who’s your Seahawks Mount Rushmore

rjdriver

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Kenny Easley
Cortez Kennedy
Walter Jones
I'm going with all except Easley ONLY because his era is represented by Largent. I don't think you have a Rushmore without a SB rep. I'm going Chancellor so you have two offensive and two defensive players.

Chancelllor may be a bit of an oddball, but to be fair, so is Teddy Roosevelt.
 
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Chancellor
Sherman
Jones
Largent

Ring bearers well represented.
 

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A new, smaller Mt. Rushmore was found in the Caribbean that used to be 200 feet underwater. Created by a time-traveling Seahawks fan, maybe it was Paul Allen? The "underwater Mt. Rushmore, Pass Less" dedicated to Seahawks who underachieved and/or misbehaved.

Bosworth, Harvin, Browner, Earl. Sorry Eugene Robinson for leaving you off the list, but you were a model citizen when here. Sorry Bosworth, you would have been great if your body held up.

The carved images:
* Bosworth on his ass after getting trucked by Bo Jackson
* Harvin with fist jabbing, as if punching Golden Tate
* Browner, two hands on jail cell bars, face peeking out from between bars
* Earl, flipping off everyone as he is carted from the field

If you DO include Eugene, he's laying back in a carseat with a female head face down in his lap.
 
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Just in the PC/JS era:

Ifedi, Procise, Collier, McDowell
(insert Barton with any)

On a serious note, I loved Easley but Wagner should probably get the nod over him. Also Wilson is a top 4 Hawk. My list:

Cortez, Largent, Walt, Wilson
 
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