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On this date: Hall of Famers Steve Largent and Cortez Kennedy play their final games
Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks reveal all of the latest buzz surrounding the first round heading into the 2017 NFL Draft from Philadelphia. The guys also give their favorite 2nd and 3rd day prospects as well as their pick for the next Dak Prescott in this draft class. Watch
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1989: In Steve Largent’s final game, the Seahawks are shut out 29-0 by the Redskins on a Saturday afternoon at the Kingdome as former Washington State QB Mark Rypien completes 22 of 31 passes for 290 yards and a TD. Largent catches two passes for 41 yards and Eugene Robinson has 12 tackles and an interception, but the Redskins control the ball for 41 minutes.
2000: The Bills roll up 579 yards on a rain-swept Saturday night at Husky Stadium in taking a 42-23 victory in Cortez Kennedy’s final game. Doug Flutie passes for three touchdowns and 366 yards, while Antowain Smith runs for 147 yards and three scores.
1990: Derrick Fenner scores on a 1-yard run on the first play of the third quarter and the Seahawks hold on for a 17-12 victory over the Broncos at the Kingdome. Eugene Robinson and Melvin Jenkins intercept John Elway passes and Jacob Green gets to the Broncos’ QB for 1.5 sacks.
2001: Shaun Alexander scores on a 29-yard run and with a 16-yard pass and John Randle recovered a fumble in the end zone to stake the Seahawks to a 24-17 lead, but Kerry Collins throws a 7-yard touchdown pass to Ike Hilliard with 20 seconds left to give the Giants a 27-24 victory over the Seahawks at Giants Stadium.
2012: The Seahawks run their winning streak to four in a row with a 42-13 victory over the NFC West-leading 49ers at CenturyLink Field. Russell Wilson passes for four touchdowns, including two to Doug Baldwin; Marshawn Lynch runs for 111 yards and a TD; and Richard Sherman returns a field goal that is blocked by Red Bryant 90 yards for another TD. Read