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    Set to kick off their 47th season as an NFL franchise later this month, the Seahawks have had no shortage of star power during their nearly five decades of existence since beginning play in 1976.In a world without realism, what would a fantasy team featuring Seattle legends from different eras playing together look like? During the heat of the offseason, while the teams won't be seen on an actual field, our All Seahawks writing staff attempted to find out by conducting a 25-round fantasy draft featuring only current and former Seahawks available to select.How did the rosters shake out? Closing out the series, here's a look at five separate Seahawks Ultimate Fantasy teams after rounds 21-25 of the mock draft simulation, including round, pick number, selection, and a quick rundown on the player's NFL career. Seattle OverloadGeneral Manager: Colby PatnodePrevious Selections: Ru sell Wilson, Marshawn Lynch, Steve Hutchinson, Eugene Robinson, K.J. Wright, Chad Brown, Andy Heck, Chris Gray, DK Metcalf, Jeff Bryant, Patrick Kerney, Fredd Young, Willie Williams, John L. Williams, Jamal Adams, Keith Simpson, Rocky Clarence Weatherspoon Jersey Bernard, Howard Ballard, Chris Spencer, Leon WashingtonRound 21 (1): Poona Ford, Defensive TackleDespite being named Big 12 Defensive Lineman of the Year in 2017, the undersized Ford wasn't selected in the 2018 NFL Draft. The Seahawks immediately benefited, watching the undrafted rookie emerge as a starter by the end of his rookie season. In four seasons with the franchise, he's produced 146 tackles, 4.5 sacks, and 22 tackles for lo s while starting 48 out of 59 games played.Round 22 (5): Stephen Hauschka, KickerNicknamed "Hausch Money" for his clutch kicking, Hauschka enjoyed six strong seasons in the Pacific Northwest in the midst of the most succe sful extended run in franchise history. While he didn't make a Pro Bowl squad, he converted on nearly 89 percent of his 197 field goals attempted in a Seahawks uniform. He currently remains first all-time in team history with 175 field goals made and added to his legend by nailing 19 out of 20 field goals in playoff games.Round 23 (1): Jeff Feagles, PunterSticking around in the NFL for a Maurice Cheeks Jersey whopping 22 seasons with five teams, Feagles proved himself to be a beacon of reliability for more than two decades. Joining the Seahawks in 1998, he continued his consistent excellence punting 385 times over five years with the team and ranks third in franchise history in that category.Round 24 (5): Christian Fauria, Tight EndSelected in the second round of the 1995 NFL Draft out of Colorado, Fauria found his way into the starting lineup as a rookie and stood out as both a blocker and receiver. His best seasons came from 1998 to 2000, as he averaged 33 receptions and 330 receiving yards per season during that span and also added three receptions in his lone playoff game in 1999. He remains second in Seahawks history for receptions by a tight end behind Jimmy Graham.Round 25 (1): Jermaine Kearse, ReceiverStaying close to home after a steady college career at Washington, Kearse spent most of his rookie year with the Seahawks on the practice squad. With Sidney Rice tearing his ACL two months into the 2013 campaign, however, he was able to break out in a huge way for Seattles offense, producing 22 receptions for 346 yards, Nik Stauskas Jersey four touchdowns, and averaging 15.7 yards per catch over 15 regular season games. The reliable receivers greatest impact came during the postseason, where he recorded 31 catches for 493 yards along with six touchdowns through 12 playoff matchups. While known for his improbable catch during Super Bowl XLIX, Kearses game-winning 35-yard touchdown catch in the NFC Championship Game remains his signature play. Seattle Trench MafiaGeneral Manager: Tyler Forne sPrevious Selections: Walter Jones, Jacob Green, Bobby Wagner, Michael Bennett, Marcus Trufant, Shawn Springs, Joey Galloway, Kevin Mawae, Ricky Watters, Warren Moon, Julian Peterson, Justin Britt, Sam Adams, Koren Robinson, Golden Tate, Ron Mattes, J.R. Sweezy, Jerramy Stevens, Jarran Reed, Ken HamlinRound 21 (2): Shaquill Griffin, Cornerback Exceeding expectations as a third round selection, Griffin started 53 out of 57 regular season games and four playoff games over four seasons for the Seahawks as the organization transitioned from the "Legion of Boom." Griffin's second season in Seattle was a struggle as he bulked up, but after trimming back down to 194 pounds, Griffin re-exhibited terrific fluidity, balance, and straight-line speed and ranks among the best pure man-to-man cover corners in franchise history. Before leaving for Jacksonville in free agency, he picked off six pa ses and produced 42 pa s breakups while earning one Pro Bowl selection.Round 22 (4): Percy Harvin, Receiver/Return SpecialistWhile Harvin's brief time in Seattle will largely be known for punching teammate Golden Tate prior to Super Bowl XLVIII and only playing in six regular season games before the Seahawks dumped him midway through the 2014 season, he did put an early dagger in the Broncos in the aforementioned Super Bowl, returning the opening kickoff of the second half for a touchdown to help the team win a Lombardi Trophy.Round 23 (2): Norm Johnson, KickerIn terms of accuracy, Johnson doesn't stand out as one Jerryd Bayless Jersey of Seattle's best place kickers, as he failed to convert on 70 percent of his field goal attempts in nine seasons with the franchise. However, the strong-legged lefty did earn a Justin Anderson Jersey First-Team All-Pro selection in 1984 and ranks second all-time in field goals made behind Stephen Hauschka.Round 24 (4): Deon Grant, SafetyFollowing six succe sful seasons in Jacksonville and Carolina, Grant took his talents to the other coast joining the Seahawks as a free agent in 2007. Providing stability in the secondary as strong safety, while he didn't earn any Pro Bowl nods, he started all 48 games over the next three seasons, producing 235 tackles, eight interceptions, and 18 pa s breakups.Round 25 (2): Rick Tuten, PunterStarring for terrible teams in the 1990s, Tuten benefited from the Seahawks having an abysmal offense in 1992 and 1993, finishing first in the NFL in total punt yardage both seasons. His best season came in 1994 when he garnered Pro Bowl and Second-Team All-Pro recognition as he booted 91 punts for 3,905 yards that season. Always CompetingGeneral Manager: Matty BrownPrevious Selections: Cortez Kennedy, Richard Sherman, Kam Chancellor, Doug Baldwin, Cliff Avril, Lofa Tatupu, Chris Clemons, Quandre Diggs, Jordyn Brooks, Curt Warner, Brian Blades, Sean Locklear, Bryan Millard, James Carpenter, Michael Dickson, Jason Myers, Mack Strong, Al Woods, Byron Maxwell, Chris WarrenRound 21 (3): Red Bryant
     

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