Any avid or casual NFL fan would remember him. Number 37, the so-called future of the Seattle Seahawks running game, Shaun Alexander. Somewhere along the line things didn't work out, and like Marvin Harrison, he was dropped like a school-case and left on the curb to fight for himself in a league that simply didn't want to know about him. Signing with the Seattle Seahawks in the 2000 NFL Draft as a first round pick, Alexander showed signs of promise from the early stages of his career. He earned the starting job in his second year with the Seahawks, rushing for 1318 yards and 14 touchdowns, second in the NFL behind St. Louis' Marshall Faulk. Alexander looked like a lifetime Seattle Seahawk, playing a long side teammates like Matt Hasselbeck and coached by one of the best to ever put on ...
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