When Did Steve Largent Retire?

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Steve Largent is a former U.S. House of Representatives from Oklahoma’s 1st district, serving in office between 1994-2002 and preceding Jim Inhofe. He was born on September 28th 1954, making him 68 years old today and graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Tulsa (Tulsa).

Before his political career he had an impressive NFL football career; playing for both Houston Oilers and Seattle Seahawks as Wide Receiver, Holder, where he holds many achievements such as 7x Pro Bowl Winner and 2x NFL receiving yards leader.

His awards include the 1988 Man of The Year award by NFL while also being inducted into the Pro Football Hall Of Fame in 1995 due to his immense success throughout his sporting life time before entering politics later down line..

Steve Largent has 4 children with wife Terry Largent who have been together since their early 20s

Steve Largent
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Personal Information of Steve Largent

Real Name/Full NameStephen Michael Largent
Age68
Height1.8 m
Weight85 kg
Wife/Spouse (Name)Terry Largent
ProfessionWide receiver
Net Worth$1.5 million

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DAL
2001-02
DAL
2002-03
DAL
2003-04
DAL
2004-05
PHX
2005-06
PHX
2006-07
PHX
2007-08
PHX
2008-09
PHX
2009-10
PHX
2010-11
PHX
2011-12
PHX
2012-13
LAL
2013-14
LAL
Career
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76921.93.5-7.745.91.1-2.641.51.0-1.186.00.41.72.13.40.10.81.91.39.1
404031.72.9-7.936.31.2-3.337.41.0-1.282.60.82.12.95.50.10.92.52.17.9
562727.43.1-6.547.71.1-2.740.31.3-1.588.20.61.62.24.90.10.72.21.88.6
707034.15.5-11.348.71.3-3.140.63.3-3.789.50.72.53.27.30.11.02.32.915.6
828234.66.4-13.348.31.9-4.245.53.2-3.688.70.62.53.17.70.00.62.02.817.9
828233.16.3-13.646.51.4-3.341.33.8-4.190.90.82.12.97.30.11.01.62.317.7
787833.55.1-10.847.01.3-3.340.52.9-3.291.60.82.23.08.80.10.91.82.714.5
757534.35.7-11.450.21.3-2.943.12.8-3.288.70.82.63.311.50.11.01.83.315.5
797935.46.8-13.451.21.9-4.343.93.3-3.592.10.63.64.210.50.20.81.53.518.8
767635.36.8-12.853.22.1-4.545.52.9-3.389.90.43.13.511.60.10.81.53.818.6
818134.36.0-11.950.42.2-4.747.02.7-3.090.60.33.13.511.10.10.71.43.616.9
747333.65.8-11.550.31.5-3.343.92.6-2.893.30.32.83.09.70.10.71.53.415.7
818132.86.2-12.250.71.5-3.642.62.6-2.893.80.42.93.311.00.10.51.33.616.5
757533.35.3-10.849.21.1-2.739.53.0-3.391.20.52.93.511.40.10.61.23.514.7
626231.64.8-9.053.20.9-2.339.02.0-2.389.40.42.63.010.70.10.60.93.712.5
505032.54.7-9.549.71.1-2.643.82.1-2.392.20.52.32.86.70.10.61.42.512.7
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268-58445.981-19541.574-8686.03212816026246314598691
114-31436.349-13137.438-4682.632821142192379883315
173-36347.760-14940.375-8588.23487121272337122102481
386-79248.789-21940.6231-25889.5461772235095721582051092
525-108848.3156-34345.5260-29388.7502042546344531642291466
518-111446.5111-26941.3308-33990.9631712345986851341921455
397-84547.0104-25740.5230-25191.6591732326878671392091128
430-85750.294-21843.1211-23888.7571922498616741362451165
541-105651.2150-34243.9257-27992.14728633382612611202761489
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485-96250.4179-38147.0222-24590.6282542828985531132951371
428-85150.3108-24643.9196-21093.31920422371710551082481160
499-98550.7124-29142.6211-22593.83423426889212421082951333
399-81149.281-20539.5227-24991.240220260855448872651106
295-55553.255-14139.0127-14289.42616018666483853229772
236-47549.757-13043.8107-11692.22611614233353070126636
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49101203.50.3-1.3590.56
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Football career

Steve Largent is a former American Football wide receiver who played for 14 seasons in the NFL. He had an illustrious football career, which began at the University of Tulsa where he was one of their stand-out players.

In 1974, his first year with them, he set records by having 884 yards receiving and 14 touchdown catches – both university records that still stand to this day. His impressive performance continued as in 1975 he achieved 1,000 yards and scored another 14 touchdowns on 51 receptions.

After college Largent was drafted into the Seattle Seahawks franchise where he stayed until 1989 when they traded him to Kansas City Chiefs after 11 years with the team.

During his time there he became widely known as ‘Mr Seahawk’ due to becoming one of their most revered players ever; setting numerous club records whilst playing for them including being leader or co-leader in receptions every season from 1978–1985 aside from 1982 and 1984 when injuries prevented it.

These included breaking Hall Of Fame member Don Hutson’s record for career receiving yardage (Largents total ended up at 13,089).

In 1995 Steve Largent retired from professional football but not before making history again -this time off the field – by becomeing only player elected unanimously into Pro Football Hall Of Fame during its 50th anniversary ceremony. After retiring Steve went onto have a successful political career, representing Oklahoma’s First District seat in Congress between 1994–2002,

Today you can see monuments dedicated himself outside CenturyLink Field home stadium of Seattle Seahawks..

NFL career statistics

Steve Largent is an American football player who had a successful career as a wide receiver for the Seattle Seahawks in the National Football League (NFL).

He was elected to Congress from Oklahoma’s 1st District after resigning his position with the team in 1994. In addition to being an accomplished politician, Largent achieved many accolades during his time on the field.

During 14 years of play with Seattle, he set several records and earned numerous awards. He holds nearly every major receiving record at this point: most receptions (819), most yards gained through receptions (13,089) and most touchdown catches (100).

His longest reception covered 99 yards against Denver Broncos in 1989. Additionally, he caught at least one pass each year for 13 seasons straight-a feat no other NFL receiver has been able to match yet.

Largent also made seven Pro Bowl appearances throughout his career with five first-team selections by either AP or UPI between 1978 and 1984; four consecutive second-team All Pros between 1985 and 1988; two third-team All Pros in 1990 & 1991; plus three Sporting News NFC Player of Year selections from 1983–1985.

Awards included induction into Professional Football Hall Of Fame’s Class Of 1995; selection as member of NFL 1980s All Decade Team ; recipient of Bart Starr Award For Outstanding Character And Leadership On/Off The Field, Pete Rozelle award for excellence off field efforts. In 2000 Steve was named 12th greatest Seahawk ever by Sports Illustrated magazine.

That same season #80 jersey worn by him retired – only 3rd Seahawks game uniform number so honored(joining Jacob Green#79 & Dave Brown#43 ). On November 5th 2006 – 30 Years.

After Being Taken By Seahawks As 4th Round Draft Choice From Tulsa University–Team Presented Alumni Ring To Honor “Mr SeaHawks” Achievements With Franchise Every Statistic Except Wins/ Losses Favors Him Over Any Other Receiver In Club History An Enduring Legacy Was Securely Established.

Political career

Steve Largent was an American politician who served as the United States Representative for Oklahoma’s 1st congressional district between 1994 and 2002.

Prior to his political career, he had a successful football career in the National Football League playing with Seattle Seahawks from 1976-1989, during which time he became one of only four players ever inducted into both Pro Football Hall of Fame and College Football Hall of Fame.

In 1994, after incumbent Congressman Jim Inhofe resigned to run in a special election to succeed Senator David Boren; Steve Largent won this election replacing him thus becoming member of Congress representing Oklahoma’s first District.

Governor David Walters designated the special election wherein Steve Largent was elected by people serving remainder term in 103rd congress before beginning his own tenure at 104th congress.

During his Congressional stint, Largent chaired House Science Subcommittee on Space & Aeronautics Committee alongside being part of several subcommittees such as Appropriations Natural Resources Select Intelligence etc.,

He also worked towards strengthening education system promoting science technology engineering mathematics programs across US schools particularly rural areas along with providing access high speed internet facilities there too.

Additionally, he cosponsored bills regarding taxation immigration law enforcement environment protection religious freedom etc. His efforts resulted in making considerable headway especially when it came expanding healthcare options supporting veterans rights ensuring better nutrition standards protecting senior citizens fiscal security through social security reform bill among other things. 

He also traveled to several nations, including India. Ukraine Colombia Brazil Ecuador Peru China Japan Korean Taiwan Egypt Israel Jordan Arab States Kuwait. Bahrain Doha Oman Iraq Turkey Italy Netherlands Germany Spain UK Ireland Mexico Canada Cuba Cuba France Austria Switzerland Luxembourg Monaco Belgium Netherlands Poland Prague Republic Slovakian Slovakia Hungary Slovenia Croatia Bosnia.

Bulgaria Romania Yugoslavia Albania Macedonia Greece Armenia Azerbaijan Georgia Uzbekistan Turkmenistan Tajikistan Kyrgyzstan Moldova Lithuania Latvia Estonia They are being urged to advance democracy by Russia. Human rights, environmental protection, economic growth, and mutual understanding lead to global development.

At end day contributed lot nation thru extensive services provided as congressman even getting nominated Republican Party presidential candidate 2000 though later withdrew support George W Bush ultimately helping win White House seat that year.

Post-political career

After serving seven terms in the U.S House of Representatives, Steve Largent decided to pursue a post-political career and went on to become president and CEO of CTIA – The Wireless Association in November 2003.

CTIA is an international nonprofit membership organization founded in 1984 that represents all sectors of wireless communications including cellular, personal communication services, and enhanced specialized mobile radio.

During his eleven year tenure at CTIA, Largent was responsible for managing the day-to-day operations as well as leading policy initiatives related to industry issues such as spectrum allocation and equipment regulation compliance standards.

He also led efforts for enacting legislation designed to protect consumer privacy rights with respect how their data is used by telecommunication companies.

Additionally, he worked closely with federal regulators like the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) advocating policies that benefited consumers.

While encouraging innovation among technology providers within the telecommunications sector throughout his time there until May 2014 when he stepped down from this position after 11 years of service having made significant contributions towards its success during this period.

He then formed a consulting firm called ‘Largent & Associates’ providing advice on public policy matters pertaining government regulations affecting businesses.

Working within telecoms domain advising them on strategies they can deploy tackle market challenges posed due these external factors more effectively thereby helping optimize their business performance.

Under changing regulatory environment prevailing across industry landscape currently leveraging experience gained prior positions held earlier both political professional capacities respectively over course past many decades now.

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Personal life

Steve Largent is a former American football player and U.S Congressman from Oklahoma who played 14 seasons in the National Football League (NFL). He was born on September 28, 1954 in Tulsa, Oklahoma to parents Charles and Marilyn Largent.

After his high school graduation he attended the University of Tulsa where he earned All-America honors as wide receiver for four consecutive years.Largent then went on to have an incredible career with Seattle Seahawks from 1976 – 1989. During his tenure at Seahawk’s,he set many records including: most receptions (819), most receiving yards(13,089)and most touchdowns received(100).

His success also earned him seven Pro Bowl selections between 1978–1984. In 1990, Steve Largent retired after fourteen illustrious seasons in NFL but that did not end his public service. He later served five terms as member of United States Congress representing 1st District Of Washington state which included parts of Tacoma & Seattle metropolitan areas until 2002 when he chose not to seek re-election due to term limits.

Apart from being a great footballer and politician, Steve Largents has had some personal achievements too. In1990, hewas awarded Golden Plate Award by Academy Of Achievement recognizing his accomplishments both on field nad off it.

In 1995 President Clinton presented him Presidential Medal Of Freedom making him one of few athletes ever receive this honor. Overall Steve largesnt’s life story shows us how hard work can lead you towards achieving your dreams no matter what comes in front of you.

His life serves as an example for all aspiring sportsmen out there so they could draw inspiration from it.

When Did Steve Largent Retire?

Steve Largent is considered one of the greatest wide receivers in NFL history. He played for the Seattle Seahawks for his entire career, starting in 1976 and retiring in 1989. During his tenure with the team, Largent established himself as one of the most consistent and reliable receivers in the league. He was named to the Pro Bowl seven times, and his numerous records for receptions, yards, and touchdowns still stand to this day.

Despite his impressive numbers, Largent was not a highly sought-after player coming out of college. He was only the 15th receiver selected in the 1976 draft, and was even the second receiver picked by the Houston Oilers.

However, it was with the Seattle Seahawks that Largent truly made his mark. He quickly established himself as a key player on the team, and his hard work and dedication earned him the respect of his teammates and coaches.

Largent’s career was not without its challenges. He suffered a number of injuries throughout his time in the NFL, but he always managed to come back stronger. He was known for his fierce determination and his ability to perform under pressure.

Largent retired from football in 1989, after spending his entire career in Seattle. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1995, cementing his legacy as one of the greatest players to ever take the field.

What does Steve Largent do now?

Steve Largent Now:

Former American football star Steve Largent is now a prominent figure in the political world. After retiring from his illustrious 14-year career as wide receiver for the Seattle Seahawks, he served seven terms as Representative of Oklahoma’s 1st Congressional District in the United States House of Representatives from 1994 to 2002.

Since then, he has assumed various roles within many organizations and institutions that promote conservative values and policies across America.

The former NFL Hall of Famer currently serves on the board of directors at Safeco Insurance Company, where he had previously been appointed by President George W Bush to serve on The President’s Council on Service and Civic Participation.

Additionally, since 2007 he has held an executive position with Cellular South Inc., working primarily in government affairs. He also works alongside several other groups such as National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) and Good360 – a charitable organization dedicated to providing products donated by businesses worldwide to those most in need throughout society.

Furthermore, Steve continues his involvement with youth through sports programs such as Fellowship Of Christian Athletes (FCA), which allows him an opportunity help shape young athletes into future leaders via mentorship opportunities related to sportsmanship & faith-based topics.

His commitment towards shaping communities stems further than just athletics though – evidenced by his work involving relief efforts during natural disasters like Hurricane Katrina; whereby funds were raised for housing assistance among other necessary supplies for victims affected by this tragedy back in 2005/2006 era.

Overall it can be seen how even after retirement from professional sport, Steve largent still manages stay true characteristically active both politically & socially -throughout all facets life today

What records does Steve Largent hold?

Steve Largent is the inaugural inductee into the Ring of Honor in 1989. He holds a number of impressive NFL career records, including receptions (819), yards (13,089), touchdowns (100) and consecutive games with a reception (177).

His other notable achievements include 10 seasons with 50 catches or more and 8 seasons with 1000 receiving yards or more. Largent was known for his ability to make tough catches look easy due to his superior athleticism and great hands.

His knack for making difficult plays earned him respect from both fans and players alike throughout his 14-year career in the league. His record setting began early as he set season highs during just his second year when he had 67 receptions for 1,000+ yards; this feat made him one of only four receivers at that time who achieved such numbers within their first two years in the game.

In addition to these highlights Steve also broke numerous records over multiple categories; most notably those related to consistency – like 177 consecutive games catching passes – which demonstrates how dependable Steve’s talent truly was.

In summary, Steve Largent holds an incredible amount of NFL career records in regards to receptions (819); total yardage gained(13,089); touchdowns scored(100); longest streak of consecutive games caught passes(177); most 50 plus catch seasons completed consecutively(10) ;and eight recorded 1 000+ yard gainages per season respectively.

All together these accomplishments are proof that not only did he have exceptional physical abilities but also amazing mental discipline which enabled him achieve greatness on consistent basis all through out entire playing life span.

How fast was Steve Largent?

Steve Largent was a football player who entered the 1976 draft. He stood at 5-foot-10 and weighed 187 pounds, though his 40 yard dash speed varied according to different coaches.

Some clocked him in with a 4.7 while others said he could only reach up to 4.9 seconds for the run. Despite this discrepancy, Steve Largent still ended up as the 15th receiver selected by teams that year and second chosen by Houston Oilers specifically – yet still managed to make history throughout his career regardless of being seen as underwhelmingly average compared to other athletes during selection season back then.

At first glance it would be easy enough for observers and scouts alike to overlook such an athlete based on physical attributes alone but what they didn’t figure out was just how fast Steve truly was when put into action on field game time itself.

On various occasions he showed off impressive agility which enabled him take part in numerous plays without breaking stride or making any costly mistakes due most likely attributed towards his innate raw talent combined with sheer determination coupled along side experience garnered over years prior.

Within college leagues before entering professional level play whereby eventually leading him onto achieving Hall Of Fame induction come 1995 thanks largely down credited feats obtained whilst playing both sides defense/offense positions amongst many more accomplishments even after retirement from sport altogether.

In conclusion judging solely upon statistics regarding height weight ratio plus timed running speeds may give false impressions however factually speaking no one can deny success achieved through hard work dedication applied effort all.

Without forgetting little bit luck sprinkled top too; those are elements needed if wanting become great champion like late great Mr Steven Largent himself did so proudly representing not just team but also country proving anything possible dreams come true long have faith yourself never giving despite odds stacked against you triumphantly succeeding uncertain future ahead.

Is Steve Largent in the NFL Hall of Fame?

Yes, Steve Largent is in the NFL Hall of Fame. He was inducted into the prestigious hall of fame in 1995 and became only the fourth Seahawk to be honored by this committee at that time.

Steve Largent made a name for himself during his 14-year career with Seattle Seahawks from 1976 until 1989 as one of the best wide receivers ever seen on an NFL field. During his impressive tenure he set numerous records including most receptions (819), receiving yards (13,089) and touchdowns (100).

These accomplishments led him to become a seven-time Pro Bowler selection and four times All-Pro First Team member while also being named MVP twice by UPI following seasons 1977 & 1984 respectively.

In recognition of all these achievements Steve earned induction into both College Football Hall Of Fame in 1988 and Pro Football Hall Of Fame 7 years later where he remains enshrined forever alongside some other greats such as Jerry Rice or Jim Brown.

What is Steve Largent famous for?

Steve Largent is one of the most celebrated pass catchers in NFL history. His 14-season, 200-game career with the Seattle Seahawks from 1976 to 1989 earned him a reputation that will last forever. Here’s what made Steve Largent famous:

Determination and Concentration: Despite his average size and speed, Largent was armed with exceptional determination and concentration which enabled him to excel as a wide receiver.
Unparalleled Success: During his time playing for the Seahawks, he set numerous records including all-time leader in receptions (819), receiving yards (13,089) and touchdown catches (100).
Hall Of Fame Status: In 1995, he was inducted into Pro Football Hall of Fame making him only the second Seahawk player ever to receive such an honor following Dave Brown’s induction in 1985.

In conclusion, Steve Largent became legendary not just because of his impressive stats but also due to his indomitable spirit on the field – something which continues to inspire athletes today.

How old is Steve Largent?

Steve Largent is an American former professional football player and politician. He was born on September 28, 1954 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. At the time of writing this article he is 65 years old.

Largent attended the University of Tulsa where he played college football as a wide receiver for four seasons between 1974-1977. During his collegiate career Largent set numerous records including most receptions in a single season (61) and total receiving yards (1,188).

After graduating from college with a degree in business administration, Largent was drafted by the Houston Oilers with their fourth pick of the 1977 NFL Draft. He went on to play 14 seasons for the Seattle Seahawks before retiring after 1989 due to multiple injuries suffered throughout his career that limited him physically despite still being able to perform at elite levels statistically up until then.

Following retirement from playing Steve took part in politics becoming first elected into Congress representing Washington state’s First Congressional District serving seven consecutive terms till 2002 when he chose not seek re-election instead taking over presidency at CTIA .

The Wireless Association which had been lobbying against cell phone radiation safety regulations since 1985 making it one if its primary goals during his tenure there ensuring it remains unregulated industry today.

Throughout his life Steve has achieved many accolades both professionally within sports and politically such as being inducted into Pro Football Hall Of Fame In 1995, College Football Hall Of Fame In 2008 among others while also having street named after him yet none have affected him more than turning 65 years old recently celebrating milestone birthday surrounded by friends family members colleagues alike all wishing special day filled joy happiness nothing short what truly deserves.

Has any team ever had 3 1000 yard receivers?

Yes, in 1980 the San Diego Chargers had a trio of 1,000 yard receivers–John Jefferson and Hall of Famers Kellen Winslow and Charlie Joiner. This group combined for 3,762 yards that season, setting an NFL record for most receiving yards by three players on one team.

It was an impressive feat considering the difficult nature of achieving such a milestone as well as the lack of passing-oriented offenses at that time. The success of this talented threesome helped propel their offense to be among the best in football during those years.

Quarterback Dan Fouts set numerous records while throwing to these great receivers and they were able to get open downfield with regularity because defenses weren’t used to facing multiple threats like this before then.

Since then only two other teams have been able manage such spectacular performances from three wideouts: The 1995 Atlanta Falcons (Terance Mathis, Andre Rison & Bert Emanuel) and 2004 Indianapolis Colts (Marvin Harrison Reggie Wayne & Brandon Stokely).

Both groups totaled over 3200 receiving yards which is still very respectable albeit short compared what John Jefferson’s squad accomplished almost 25 years ago. In conclusion it can certainly be said that having three 1000+ Yard Receivers on one team is something special indeed but no other has ever matched up or even come close to topping The 1980 San Diego Charger’s amazing accomplishment thus far.

Who is the fastest guy in football?

John Ross is the fastest guy in football right now, according to his 40-yard dash time at NFL combine. Five years ago, he ran a 4.22 40-yard dash and still holds the record for all-time players today.

His incredible speed has earned him numerous accolades and recognition from sports analysts everywhere as one of the most talented athletes in professional football history.

Ross’s blazing speed on the field can be attributed to his hard work off it – training vigorously with strength coaches over many months before attending camp or participating in drills at combines such as this one five years ago that gave him an edge over other competitors and propelled him into stardom ever since then.

Other than running fast times, Ross also has impressive agility which allows him to make quick cuts when needed while avoiding tackles by defenders who are unable to keep up with his pace of play.

The fact that John Ross was able to break records set by some legendary names like Deion Sanders speaks volumes about how truly gifted athlete he is – not only did he post superior results but managed do so consistently despite opponents trying their hardest stop them from doing so year after year. This goes without saying that if anyone wants get a glimpse what top level performance looks like should look no further than NFL Combine’s fastest man: John Ross.

To Recap

Steve Largent was a Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Oklahoma’s 1st district, serving from November 29th 1994 to February 15th 2002.

He was born on September 28th 1954 in Tulsa, Oklahoma and studied at University of Tulsa where he obtained his bachelor degree before becoming an NFL player with the Houston Oilers and Seattle Seahawks team between 1976-1989.

During this period Steve received numerous awards such as 4x Second-team All Pro selection (1978, 1979, 1984 & 1987) 7x Pro Bowl selection (1978 -1987), 2x NFL Receiving Yards leader titles (1979 & 1985).

He is also part of the National Football Hall Of Fame since 1995 due to his extraordinary career achievements which includes 819 receptions for 13089 yards and 100 touchdowns along with being named into both 1980s All Decade Team & NFL 100 Anniversary All Time Team.

His jersey number 80 has been retired by both Seattle Seahawks & The Golden Hurricane college teams respectively in recognition for all that he accomplished during his time playing football professionally

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