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Tony Burse


Years Played: 1987

Position: RB

Birthdate: 4/4/1965

College: Middle Tennessee State

Hometown: Lafayette, GA

Height / Weight: 6-0 / 220

Career Statistics through 1987

Statistics shown are for the player's entire NFL career, updated through 1987.

On this Day in Seahawks History
February 4, 2010
New coaching staff is announced: Jeremy Bates (offensive coordinator), Gus Bradley (defensive coordinator), Kippy Brown (WRs), Luke Butkus (Quality control/offensive line), Dave Canales (Quality control/offense), Chris Carlisle (head strength & conditioning), Jedd Fisch (QBs), Mondra Gee (assistant strength & conditioning), Alex Gibbs (offensive line), Jerry Gray (DBs), Kris Richard (assistant DBs), Brian Schneider (special teams coordinator), Rocky Seto (Quality control/defense), Sherman Smith (RBs), Jeff Ulbrich (assistant special teams), Art Valero (assistant offensive line), Jamie Yancher (assistant strength & conditioning).
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December 16, 2012
Seattle scored 50 or more points for the second consecutive game becoming the first team since 1950 to accomplish the feat (58-0 vs. Arizona on 12/9 and 50-17 at Buffalo on 12/16).
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February 24, 1998
Seattle signs three-time Pro Bowl center, Kevin Glover.
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October 18, 1987
Steve Largent sets franchise records with 15 catches for 261 yards and catches three of Jeff Kemp’s four touchdown passes in a 37-14 victory over the Detroit Lions at the Silverdome in the final game played with replacement players during the NFL players’ strike. Largent, Kemp, center Blair Bush and inside linebacker Fredd Young, who has 13.5 tackles, rejoined the team just before the strike was settled. Asked after the game why he had not used double coverage on Largent, Lions coach Darryl Rogers offers, “Why embarrass two guys when you can just embarrass one?”
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