The Pro Football Hall of Fame announced its ninth NFL all-decade team Sunday, a roster that included four past or present Seahawks.
Walter Jones, a certain future Hall of Famer, is still on Seattle’s roster, although he might have already played his final game.
Also making the team were All-Pro guard Steve Hutchinson and former MVP running back Shaun Alexander, in addition to veteran center Kevin Mawae, who started his career with the Seahawks in the 1990s but spent the 2000s with the New York Jets and Tennessee Titans.
With Alexander, Hutch, and Jones on the team, it seems a logical time to present the Seahawks’ all-decade team for the 2000s.
Some positions, especially on offense, were simple to choose. Others, particularly on defense, were not so easy. In fact, there were no players at tight end, defensive end, or safety who deserved to be on the team. But you can’t have a team without guys at those positions, so check out who made the list.