1983 Seattle Seahawks Roster

National Football League (NFL)
Team Record: 9-7
Finishing 2nd in the NFL's West Division of the American Football Conference
Postseason: 2-1 Lost Conference Championship
Coach: Chuck Knox (9-7)
Location: Seattle, Washington
1983 Seattle Seahawks Statistics
1983 Seattle Seahawks Results

The Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League ended the 1983 season with a record of 9 wins and 7 losses, finishing second in the NFL's West Division of the American Football Conference. The team compiled a postseason mark of 2-1.

The Seahawks piled up points with 403 points, while the defense conceded 397. Dave Krieg threw for 2,139 yards, and Jim Zorn threw the ball as well. Steve Largent paced the receiving corps, snagging 72 passes for 1,074 yards.

Curt Warner ran for a team-best 1,449 yards for Seattle.

The opportunistic defense created 54 turnovers. Kenny Easley picked off 7 opponent throws. Jacob Green topped the defensive unit with 16 quarterback sacks.

Chuck Knox coached the team. The 1983 Seattle Seahawks lost in the Conference Championship.

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# Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight College Hometown GP GS
76Steve AugustRTSeptember 4, 19546'4"255TulsaJeannette, PA USA1515
65Edwin BaileyGMay 15, 19596'4"271South Carolina St.Savannah, GA USA162
60Jerome BoydLBSeptember 18, 19616'2"225Oregon St.Los Angeles, CA USA50
22Dave BrownRCBJanuary 16, 19536'1"190MichiganAkron, OH USA1616
30Theotis BrownRBApril 20, 19576'2"225UCLAChicago, IL USA30
77Jeff BryantRDEMay 22, 19606'5"276ClemsonAtlanta, GA USA1616
32Cullen BryantRBMay 20, 19516'1"234ColoradoFort Sill, OK USA103
59Blair BushCNovember 25, 19566'3"268WashingtonFort Hood, TX USA1614
53Keith ButlerRILBMay 16, 19566'4"230MemphisAnniston, AL USA1616
83Chris CastorWRAugust 13, 19606'0"170DukeBurlington, NC USA80
84Sam ClancyDE-DTMay 29, 19586'7"288PittsburghPittsburgh, PA USA130
31Zachary DixonKRMarch 5, 19566'0"203TempleBoston, MA USA130
33Dan DoorninkRBFebruary 1, 19566'3"210Washington St.Yakima, WA USA160
35Don DufekDBApril 28, 19546'0"195MichiganAnn Arbor, MI USA140
66Bill DuganGJune 5, 19596'4"275Penn St.Hornell, NY USA151
45Kenny EasleySSJanuary 15, 19596'3"206UCLAChesapeake, VA USA1615
64Ron EssinkLTJuly 30, 19586'6"260Grand Valley St.Zeeland, MI USA1616
56Greg GainesROLBOctober 16, 19586'3"220TennesseeMartinsville, VA USA166
79Jacob GreenLDEJanuary 21, 19576'3"255Texas A&MPasadena, TX USA1616
44John HarrisFSJune 13, 19566'2"200Arizona St.Fort Benning, GA USA1616
69Matt HernandezTOctober 16, 19616'6"260PurdueDetroit, MI USA81
63Mark HicksLBNovember 7, 19606'2"225Arizona St.Los Angeles, CA USA101
46David HughesFBJune 1, 19596'0"220Boise St.Honolulu, HI USA166
70Darrell IrvinDEJanuary 21, 19576'4"259OklahomaPawhuska, OK USA160
29Harold JacksonWRJanuary 6, 19465'10"175Jackson St.Hattiesburg, MS USA156
55Michael JacksonROLBJuly 15, 19576'1"220WashingtonPasco, WA USA119
85Paul JohnsPRNovember 14, 19585'11"173TulsaWaco, TX USA119
27Gregg JohnsonDBOctober 20, 19586'1"191Oklahoma St.Houston, TX USA160
9Norm JohnsonKMay 31, 19606'2"202UCLAInglewood, CA USA160
26Kerry JustinLCBMay 3, 19555'11"175Oregon St.New Orleans, LA USA1610
62Kani KauahiCSeptember 6, 19596'2"268Arizona St.Kekaha, HI USA102
17Dave KriegQBOctober 20, 19586'1"193MiltonIola, WI USA98
37Eric LaneRBJanuary 6, 19596'0"195BYUOakland, CA USA160
80Steve LargentWRSeptember 28, 19545'11"187TulsaTulsa, OK USA1514
48Ken McAlisterLB-DBApril 15, 19606'5"220San FranciscoOakland, CA USA20
67Reggie McKenzieLGJuly 27, 19506'4"255MichiganDetroit, MI USA1414
51Sam MerrimanLBMay 5, 19616'3"229IdahoTucson, AZ USA160
88Pete MetzelaarsTEMay 24, 19606'7"254WabashThree Rivers, MI USA167
21Paul MoyerDBJuly 26, 19616'1"201Cal State-FullertonVilla Park, CA USA161
72Joe NashNTOctober 11, 19606'3"278Boston Col.Boston, MA USA168
52Joe NormanLBOctober 15, 19566'1"220IndianaMillersburg, OH USA111
61Robert PrattRGMay 25, 19516'3"255North CarolinaRichmond, VA USA1515
57Shelton RobinsonLILBSeptember 14, 19606'2"233North CarolinaGoldsboro, NC USA1615
58Bruce ScholtzLOLBSeptember 26, 19586'6"240TexasLa Grange, TX USA1616
42Keith SimpsonLCBMarch 9, 19566'1"195MemphisMemphis, TN USA146
86Mike TiceTEFebruary 2, 19596'7"253MarylandBay Shore, NY USA151
74Manu TuiasosopoNTAugust 30, 19576'3"255UCLALos Angeles, CA USA168
89Byron WalkerWRJuly 28, 19606'4"190The CitadelScott AFB, IL USA162
28Curt WarnerRBMarch 18, 19615'11"205Penn St.Wyoming, WV USA1616
8Jeff WestPApril 6, 19536'3"212CincinnatiWheeling, WV USA160
54Eugene WilliamsLBJune 15, 19606'1"220TulsaLongview, TX USA40
48Gary WimmerLBMarch 9, 19616'2"225StanfordPocatello, ID USA30
87Charle YoungTEFebruary 5, 19516'4"234USCFresno, CA USA1616
10Jim ZornQBMay 10, 19536'2"200Cal Poly-PomonaWhittier, CA USA168


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