33: LB Lofa Tatupu (2005 – 2010)
Tim Ruskell’s best draft selection as Seahawks GM. The 2nd round pick was panned at the time because of Lofa’s size (only 6 feet tall, 238 lbs) but he was a tackling machine and a play maker. 407 tackles, 8.5 sacks, 10 INT’s. He was voted to 3 Pro Bowls and was All-Pro once, but shoulder injuries took their toll and he was out of the league after 2010.
32: FB Mack Strong (1994 – 2007)
Played entire career in Seattle. Was renowned for his blocking and receiving skills (1456 yards and 10 TD’s). 2 Pro Bowls and 1 All-Pro.
31: WR Darrell Jackson (2000 – 2006)
Known for his hands and route running more than his speed, Jackson racked up 441 catches for 6445 yards and 47 TD’s. But it was the TD called back due to an offensive pass interference penalty to start Super Bowl XL that might be the prevalent memory for most people.
30: S John Harris (1978 – 85)
One of the more underrated Seahawks of all time. Harris is a player Pete Carroll would have appreciated. Drafted in the 7th round, he picked off 41 passes in Seattle, including 10 in 1981 when he also had 3 fumble recoveries and a TD. Amazingly, he didn’t make the Pro Bowl that year.
29: WR Bobby Engram (2001 – 2008)
Known as Mr. Third Down for his productivity when it mattered most, Engram was a valuable receiver and punt returner. The leading receiver on the 2005 Super Bowl team, his most productive year was 2007 when he caught 94 passes for 1147 yards.
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