This section is for those who don’t qualify but deserve at least some sort of mention.
Without further a due, here are the honorable mentions.
Terrell Owens (2012)
In 2012, the Seahawks brought on Terrell Owens to the what was then, the 90-man roster. But, his stunt in Seattle was short-lived as he was cut before the start of the regular season. It would have been quite interesting to see what would have happened if Owens remained on that Seattle roster with a rookie in Russell Wilson.
Percy Harvin (2013)
How could 12s forget about this? In 2013, Percy Harvin played in one game and that was the Super Bowl. Not only did he get into a fight pre-game, but he kicked off the second half with a kick return that essentially shut the door on any type of comeback from the Broncos. Percy Harvin had a lot of upside and I know many 12s had high hopes for him, but I guess we can’t complain too much as he showed up in the biggest of moments.
Marshawn Lynch (2019)
In 2019, wasn’t it nice to see skittles once again falling into the end zone? After a depleted backfield due to injury, Marshawn Lynch came out of retirement to help the Seahawks in their playoff run. While it wasn’t the same old Beast Mode, it was awesome to see Marshawn once again in a Seahawks uniform. Also, he finished the year with arguably the best press conference ever, check it out here.