The Seahawks now have their Hall of Fame Mount Rushmore.
Over the weekend, Kenny Easley joined Steve Largent, Cortez Kennedy and Walter Jones as the only career Seahawks in the Hall of Fame.
Easley and Jimbo Covert (Bears) were the only players from the NFL’s Team of the 1980s who were not in the Hall. Thanks to the seniors nomination, Easley finally got in.
Continue reading With Easley in the Hall, Hawks have their Mount Rushmore
“It blows me away that Kenny Easley is not in the Hall of Fame.”
Paul Moyer, Easley’s teammate for five years in the 1980s, expressed his dismay while talking about the legendary Seahawk in our 2008 book, “Then Zorn Said to Largent.”
Well, Paul, it looks like you won’t have to wait much longer. Easley has been nominated by the seniors committee, meaning he has a great chance to make it next February.
You could call it an 86 percent chance. And if not this time, then maybe in a few years.
Continue reading Easley poised to join rest of NFL’s all-1980s team in Hall of Fame