Ten Best Undrafted Free Agents In Seattle Seahawks’ History

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Aug 25, 2007; Seattle, WA, USA; Seattle Seahawks fullback

Mack Strong

(38) rushes after catching a pass against the Minnesota Vikings during the first quarter at Qwest Field. The Seahawks defeated the Vikings 30-13. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

Ten Best UDFA’s In Seattle Seahawks’ History

4) Mack Strong 1994-2007 (All with Seahawks)

Mack Strong is undoubtedly the best fullback in Seahawks’ history. He played 15 seasons in the Seattle backfield and only twice started less than 14 games. Along with Walter Jones, Strong made the Seahawks a smash-mouth offense for a really long time, and who knows how long he could have gone for if not for a career-ending back injury. 

Not only was he a great player, he was a great leader and locker room presence. He won the Steve Largent Award for inspiration and integrity five times (2001-2002, 2004-2006), and we have all had the pleasure of getting to know him personally in his time with FSN and the Seahawks pre-game show.

Career Accomplishments: Two Pro Bowls (2005, 2006), First Team All-Pro (2005), Seahawks 35th Anniversary Team

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