Ten Best Undrafted Free Agents In Seattle Seahawks’ History

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Ten Best UDFA’s In Seattle Seahawks’ History

6) Jim Zorn 1976-1987 (Nine years with Seahawks)

Jim Zorn was the perfect quarterback to start an expansion franchise with. The excitement he brought into the Kingdome was enough to keep fans coming back, despite an obviously sub-par team in the early years. His run-and-gun style breathed life into a startup team in an unknown corner of country, and set the foundation for for what would be the best fans in the sport.

NFL Network ranked him as the eighth best mobile quarterback of all-time. He ranks third in Seahawks history in passing yards (20,112), passing TD’s (107) and wins (40), and second in rushing yards for a QB (1,419).

Career Accomplishments: Offensive Rookie of the Year (1976), Second Team All-Pro (1978), Ring of Honor

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