Seattle Seahawks players traditionally tour local hospitals during the holiday “Captain’s Blitz”. During the winter of 1980 Jim Zorn, Steve Largent, Sam Adkins and Steve Raible paid a visit to Children’s Hosptial to the amazement and delight of the young patients.
NFL Hall of Fame wide receiver and New England Patriots head coach Raymond Berry took time following the 1988 preseason game with the Seattle Seahawks to visit with future Hall of Fame wide receiver Steve Largent.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Steve Largent makes his point with referee Gordon McCarter during the Seahawks game with the Denver Broncos.
Seahawks quarterbacks Jim Zorn (10) and Sam Adkins (12) give their advice to rookie Dave Krieg during the 1982 season.
At the 1989 Pro Bowl game Steve Largent made this catch for his final Pro Bowl reception. Largent was selected to seven Pro Bowls.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Steve Largent was enshrined into the NFL hall of Fame on July 29, 1995. He selected Seahawks Director of Public Relations Gary Wright as his presenter.
Steve Largent was the recipient of the 1988 Walter Payton Man of the Year. This award is presented annually by the NFL recognizing that player’s charitable contributions and work in the community as well as their excellence on the field of play. Largent retired in 1989 after a 13-year NFL career (all spent with the Seahawks) and at the time held every major NFL receiving record.