Seahawk Great Cortez Kennedy Should Be in Hall Of Fame

January 26, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The NFL recently announced its 2011 Hall of Fame finalists and Cortez Kennedy is on the list for the second time.  Kennedy was a great player and his time has come to join the other greats in Canton.
Going into the 1990 NFL Draft, the Seattle Seahawks held the third overall pick and then coach Chuck Knox was looking for what he dubbed an "impact player."  The Seahawks found that player in Kennedy, a University of Miami defensive tackle.
Kennedy was big, strong, quick and spent his college years disrupting offensive plays.  When arriving in Seattle he came with a lot of expectations, and over his 11-year career, all in Seattle, he became the impact player Knox was looking for and more.
His Hall of Fame resume is complete and there is no reason the voters should ignore him again this year.  Kennedy was a mainstay at the Pro Bowl representing the Seahawks eight out of his 11 years in the league.  Along with that he was named first team All-Pro three...

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