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Paul Moyer (American football)

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Paul Stewart Moyer (born July 26, 1961 in Villa Park, California) is a former skilled American soccer security who performed seven seasons for the Seattle Seahawks, from 1983 to 1989. He coached the Seahawks’ secondary from 1990 to 1994.[3] He at present seems as an analyst and occasional host on the Seahawks pregame and postgame exhibits.

Moyer performed in 98 NFL video games with thirty begins, with profession totals of 11 interceptions, eight fumble recoveries, and 4 sacks.

In 1988, Moyer began all sixteen video games and led the group with six interceptions. A neck harm ended his profession in November 1989,[1] and he served as an assistant coach for the following 5 years.[3]

As an undrafted rookie out of Arizona State, Moyer performed in all sixteen video games with one begin in 1983.[4] The solely interception return for a landing of his profession occurred in week 3, from 19 yards out on the Kingdome in a 34–31 victory over the San Diego Chargers.[5] Late within the fourth quarter of Seattle’s 1986 sport at New England in Sullivan Stadium, Moyer recovered a blocked punt in the long run zone for a landing to tie the sport at 31; the Seahawks’ offense discovered the top zone a minute later for a 38–31 win.[6]

(1961-07-26) July 26, 1961 (age 59)
Villa Park, California, U.S.

(1961-07-26) July 26, 1961 (age 59)
Villa Park, California, U.S.

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