Serious inside dirt on the Seattle Seahawks: A glance into the life of arguably the hardest-working member of the Seahawks team: the equipment manager.
posted by DrJohnEvans to football at 02:27 PM - 9 comments
via Uni Watch, of course
posted by DrJohnEvans at 02:28 PM on January 27
One guy buys him a watch? They should buy him a steak dinner every week.
posted by GoBirds at 03:31 PM on January 27
About time they write something about someone other than the players or coaches. Its not always about the big-play quarterback, the punishing linebacker, the amazing clutch kicker or the great call by the coach. Sometimes the little guys needs some recognition. I praise this article.
posted by chemwizBsquared at 04:14 PM on January 27
One more reason for eliminating the 2 weeks between the game!
posted by directpressure at 05:16 PM on January 27
Good for him, he doesn't have the me first persona
posted by MICHIGANDER at 07:01 PM on January 27
Refreshing article, nice to see someone behind the curtain getting a bit of recognition. Fun article to read!
posted by T$PORT4lawschool at 08:33 PM on January 27
Or the time Marcus Tubbs lost a number when someone ripped a digit off his jersey. So I guess those appliques are stitched on, not fused to the fabric? One guy buys him a watch? They should buy him a steak dinner every week. Ongoing recognition would probably be nice, but on the other hand, it's not like the watch was a $19.95 Timex, either. Like the time then-owner Ken Behring moved the Seahawks briefly to Los Angeles. Huh...I don't even remember that they went to LA.
posted by alumshubby at 08:47 AM on January 28
DJE, good article, no matter what the hijackers say. Hell with 'em. Nice job.
posted by The_Black_Hand at 08:27 PM on January 28
Whether it's the $9,500 Cartier watch former defensive tackle Norman Hand gave as a thank you. Jesus, just give me the money. Good article doc.
posted by justgary at 11:05 PM on January 28
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