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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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Jim Zorn, Quarterback

Jim Zorn is the Seahawks original quarterback. According to the Seahawks, when Zorn left the team after the 1984 season he was the franchise's all-time leader in completions (1,593), passing yards (20,122) and TD passes (107). Those marks would later be surpassed by Dave Krieg and then Matt Hasselbeck. Zorn returned to the Seattle Seahawks as quarterbacks coach from 1997 to 1998 but returned as quarterbacks coach from '01 - '07 after spending 2 seasons with the Detroit Lions. In 1991 he became the second player inducted into the team's Ring of Honor.

In this photo Seattle Seahawks quarterback Jim Zorn throws a pass to one of his receivers as San Francisco 49ers defensive end Fred Dean attempts to block the pass during the first half of action at Candlestick Park in San Francisco, Aug. 27, 1983.


Photo by AP Photo/Paul Sakuma
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