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Seattle Seahawks Walter Jones Ring Of Honor


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Running back Shaun Alexander was inducted into the Seahawks Ring of Honor on October 16, 2022. He becomes the third member of Seattle's 2005 Super Bowl XL team to enter the Ring of Honor, joining Matt Hasselbeck and Mike Holmgren, who were inducted in 2021. Alexander, who scored an NFL-record five touchdowns in a half vs. Minnesota in 2002, ranks first in at least 20 career, season, or single-game franchise records, including: rushing attempts (2,176), rushing yards (9,429), rushing touchdowns (100), total touchdowns (112), single-game rushing attempts (40), single-game rushing yards (266), single-game rushing touchdowns (4) and longest rush (88t). The 2005 AP NFL Most Valuable Player had a career-year setting franchise records in attempts (370), yards (1,880), rushing touchdowns (27) and total touchdowns (28), leading Seattle to Super Bowl XL in Detroit. He was also Seattle's nominee for the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year. Drafted 19th overall by Mike Holmgren in the 2000 NFL Draft, Alexander became a two-time AP All-Pro (second-team in 2004; first-team in 2005), three-time Pro Bowler (2003-05), and voted to the NFL All-Decade Team of the 2000s. He started 96 of 119 regular season games played and all nine postseason games played for Seattle from 2000-07. Alexander finished his playing career in Washington (2008).

Ring of Honor: Shaun Alexander

A tribute to Shaun Alexander who was inducted into the Seahawks Ring of Honor in 2022.