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    As far as I know he didn't get an extension from the Seahawks. Does this guy get a look on this team (and possibly move Wilson back to corner)? Has anyone seen this guy play extensively?
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    #50 Jersey

    Ken Hamlin is the guy who got the major head trauma after getting into a fight outside a bar. I am not sure how he is doing, but I don't think he was the same player after that.
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    This is how he is doing:

    Ken Hamlin, UFA, Seattle Seahawks
    Hamlin is a talented safety with the potential to get even better. After an injury caused him to miss ten games last season, Hamlin has rebounded mightily this season with 70 total tackles, three interceptions, and a pair of sacks. Hamlin is on pace to equal his interception high, and his two sacks are tied with his career high. The athletic defensive back could be a valuable asset to most teams, and the Seahawks will work hard to re-sign him.

    I would love to get him to groom him as Rodney's replacement one day.
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    The guy fractured his skull. He's lucky to still be alive. He seems to be a good player but he is listed at playing FS. So I dunno if he would come in and play SS for us even if we got him through free agency.

    http://www.nfl.com/players/playerpage/395977
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    hes a very hard hitter. Ken "The Hammer" Hamlin
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    ive been somewhat impressed by james sanders
    but i still think we need a stud young safety, and this draft provides some, if landry could fall to us id consider him at 22~(possible hawks pick)
    as for geno, i prob would move him back to corner, with the play of hawkins and sanders, esp if sant goes
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    Ken Hamlin
    Height : 6-2
    Weight : 209
    College : Arkansas
    NFL Exp : 4
    Seahawks Exp: 4
    Career Games / Starts : 38/36
    Birth Date : 1/20/1981
    How Acquired : D2-'03





    2005: Started first six games of the season before being placed on reserve/non-football injury list on November 1 because of head injuries suffered away from the field. Totaled 26 tackles for the season. Was declared inactive (head) versus Dallas (10/23). Pro: Selected with the 10th pick in the second round (42nd overall) and only one of three players drafted by the Seahawks from the University of Arkansas (Bobby Joe Edmonds-1986, Jeb Huckeba-2005). 2003: Started 14 of 16 games played as a rookie earning a place on Pro Football Weekly’s All- Rookie team. Finished second on team with 96 tackles (Anthony Simmons 100) and totaled 10 passes defensed. Started all regular-season games except Pittsburgh (11/2) and at Baltimore (11/23). Did not start playoff game at Green Bay (1/4/04), but saw time at safety and on special teams. Made first career start versus New Orleans (9/7) and totaled five tackles while garnering national attention after knocking off Donte’ Stallworth’s helmet on a hit over the middle. Followed debut with a performance that earned NFC Defensive Player of the Week at Arizona (9/14). Finished second on team with eight tackles and had a hand in four of club’s six takeaways. On the first play of the game, forced a fumble that was recovered setting up Seattle’s first score. The next series, he batted a ball in the air that was intercepted by Reggie Tongue. Again in the very next series, he decleated Anquan Boldin forcing the ball into the air only to be picked off by Chad Brown. Late in the fourth quarter, he intercepted a pass deep in Seahawks territory to preserve a 38-0 shutout. Finished second with seven tackles the following week versus St. Louis (9/21). Helped Seattle to victory by sandwiching Rams’ Dane Looker and forcing the ball in the air for an interception late in the fourth quarter. Had a pass defensed later to keep St. Louis out of field-goal range. Led team with career-high 11 tackles at Green Bay (10/5). Totaled two special teams tackles on the season. 2004: Started all 16 games in second season and finished third on team with 79 tackles. Finished fourth on team with four interceptions (10th NFC). Helped preserve shutout and end San Francisco’s (9/26) NFL-record 420-game scoring streak after intercepting a fourth-quarter pass in the end zone. Posted five tackles and a career-high two interceptions versus Buffalo (11/28). Turned in a career-high 10 tackles, including first sack of career to go along with three passes defensed and a forced fumble, versus Arizona (12/26). Recorded second sack in as many weeks in season finale versus Atlanta (1/2/05). Posted two tackles and an interception in playoff loss to St. Louis (1/8/05). Honors: 2003: Pro Football Weekly All-Rookie Team; NFC Defensive Player of the Week 2.


    And btw---He is not the "hammer"!!! That names belongs to #37......;)

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