Mack Strong played his entire 15-year NFL career with the Seahawks and became the franchise’s greatest fullback.
He was a bruising blocking back that created holes for three 1,000-yard rushers: Chris Warren, Ricky Watters and Shaun Alexander.
Strong was a two-time Pro-Bowler and enjoyed his best season in 2005 when he helped the Hawks win the NFC Championship and earn a berth in Super Bowl XL.
A neck injury in 2007 forced him to retire and he turned to broadcasting and charitable work. He currently serves as an analyst on Q13’s Seahawks Gameday coverage.
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Strong answered questions about his playing days in Seattle, the 2013 Seahawks squad and more in live chat on September 5..