Seattle Seahawks Ring of Honor

We celebrate the best and most beloved Seahawks of all time ahead of the NFC Championship game.

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Steve Largent, Wide Receiver

Steve Largent was the NFL's all-time leader in receptions, receiving yards and touchdown catches when he retired after the 1989 season. He was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in January 1995 - in his first year of eligibility. Largent became the first member of the Seahawks' Ring of Honor in 1989 and also had his No. 80 retired in 1995.

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In this photo Seattle Seahawks' Steve Largent (80) comes down with a catch, to tie the NFL record of 127 consecutive games with a reception, in front of Washington Redskins linebacker Rich Milot (57), in Washington, D.C. on Sept. 28, 1986.
Photo by AP Photo/Tom Reed

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