Seattle Seahawks all time top 40 players

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38: DT John Randle (2001 – 2003)

Randle finished his illustrious career with the Seahawks after coming over from the Vikings as a free agent, but he still had a lot left in the tank, racking up 23.5 sacks in Seattle.

37: CB Marcus Trufant (2003 – 2012)

Trufant spent his entire pro career with the Seahawks, which means he spent his entire football career playing for teams in the state of Washington, attending high school at Wilson High in Tacoma before going to WSU in Pullman. The 11th pick in the 2003 draft, Trufant started 125 games in his career, intercepting 21 passses. He was voted to the Pro Bowl in 2008.

36: RB Ricky Watters (1998 – 2001)

Another player who, like Randle, finished his illustrious career in Seattle. Watters brought a great understanding of Mike Holmgren’s offense with him, as well as a hard-nosed running style and valuable versatility. He rushed for 4000 yards and 22 TD’s and added another 1500 yards and 4 TD’s receiving during his time as a Seahawk.

35: S Kam Chancellor (2010 – present)

Sep 27, 2015; Seattle, WA, USA; Seattle Seahawks strong safety Kam Chancellor (31) celebrates following a false-start penalty against the Chicago Bears during the first quarter at CenturyLink Field. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

After sitting behind, and learning from, Lawyer Malloy as a rookie, “Bam-Bam” took over as a full time starter in 2011 and has been the league’s best strong safety since. And he plays biggest in the biggest games, with 39 tackles and 3 INT’s in the playoffs. His hit on Demaryius Thomas to start Super Bowl XLVII set the tone in the 43-8 blowout win over the Broncos.

34: RB Chris Warren (1990 – 97)

Rushed for 6706 yards and 44 TD’s, including 15 touchdowns in 1995 alone. Also was a good punt returner, which was unusual given his size (6’2″, 228 lbs).

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