Seahawks react to passing of ESPN anchor Stuart Scott

Stuart Scott, age 49, passed away early Sunday after a battle with cancer.

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Longtime ESPN anchor Stuart Scott died early Sunday after a battle with cancer.

Stuart, 49, was first diagnosed in November 2007 when his appendix burst and doctors discovered a tumor. The cancer returned four years later and again in 2013.

At the ESPY Awards this past July, Stuart addressed his illness in a memorable acceptance speech for the Jimmy V Perseverance Award.

"You beat cancer by how you live, why you live, and in the manner in which you live," said Stuart.

After news of Stuart's passing broke, remembrances came pouring in from countless individuals who admired his work, several of whom play for your Seattle Seahawks:

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