Bobby Engram

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Posted on December 10, 2007 1:13 AM in Sports
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From Seahawks Insider:

With 55 receiving yards, WR Bobby Engram moved into 5th place on Seattleā€™s all-time receiving yards list passing John L. Williams. He now has 4,152 and needs 306 yards to clip Joey Galloway and move into fourth place.

Bobby Engram is quietly working his way into an elite group of players who have played football for the Seattle Seahawks. Having watched John L. Williams (a master of executing the screen play) play as a kid, it's exciting to now see a new era of players working their way into the franchise record books. And you couldn't find a better guy to represent your team than Bobby Engram.

Image of Seattle Seahawks Wide Receiver Bobby Engram

Useless trivia: Bobby Engram and I sign our names almost if not identically.


Raymond Porter Jr on January 09, 2008 at 10:51 AM:

Congrats on an awesone season. It truly couldn't happen to a more classier person and football player. Continued blessings to you Bobby, and much success in the playoffs. Hopefully you'll get that Pro Bowl nod as well.


Michael Osborn on February 25, 2008 at 11:44 AM:

this picture rocks dudes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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