Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Ray Butler pulled in this 15-yard touchdown pass from Dave Krieg in the second quarter of Seattle’s 35-13 thumping of the Raiders, October 25, 1987 in the Los Angeles Coliseum.
Zach Scott Scores
Cal Ripkin, Jr.
Evergreen Point Floating Bridge
The 520/Evergreen Point Floating bridge that connects Seattle and Bellevueis the worldest longest floating bridge at 7,578 feet. It was opened August 28, 1963. The span, renamed in 1988 for former Washington Governor Albert D. Rosellini, would serve the transportation needs of the Lake Washington community for 50 years before a scheduled replacement program and a two-year construction project that will have the new bridge in place in 2014.
Your 12th Man Photos
This month’s 12th Man photos are compliments of Dan Kinley, as he represented the Seahawks fans at the National Tailgating Championships in Dallas, January 2011.
Dan Kinley in the House of Cards Tailgate at the National Competition
Dan, Ashley Buchanan, Gary Buchanan, Tom Brown, Steve Rasmussen, Geoffrey Tamman & Friends
Dan with The Bronco Buss Tailgate Team
Dan with Fort Worth Police Officers
The Kingdome’s 12th Man
During the 1980s the Seattle Seahawks 12th Man symbolized the very thing other NFL teams wanted in their stands and all NFL teams dreaded when their teams visited the home of the Seahawks, the Kingdome.
Passionate Seattle fans delivering ear piercing support that has carried on to the present home of the Seahawks, CenturyLink Field.
Outrigger Canoe Club Volleyball
An athletic Tom Selleck and the Outrigger Canoe Club Volleyball team visited Seattle to compete in the Men’s Club tournament at the Unviersity of Washington. Selleck, an advid volleyball player with close ties to the USA Men’s Volleyball program, brought volleyball to the set in several episodes of the 1980’s television show Magnum, PI.
Skydiving Sea Gal
Curt Warner’s First Run From Scrimmage
Seattle Seahawks running back and third selection overall in the 1983 NFL Draft, Curt Warner was off and running on the first play from scrimmage in the September 4, 1983 opening with the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium with a 60 yard run around left end. Warner finished with 90 yards rushing on 12 carries and caught six passes for another 72 yards and one touchdown.