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Jan 16, 2014

Mack Strong is the most prolific fullback in Seahawks history. Over his 15 seasons with the Seahawks, he blocked for three 1,000 yard rushers: Chris Warren, Ricky Watters and Shaun Alexander. He was selected for the Pro Bowl twice, was a 1st Team All-Pro in 2005, a 5-time Steve Largent Award Winner and a member of the Seahawks 35th Anniversary Team.

Mack talks about what he's seeing from this Seahawks team leading up to the NFC Championship game and how the excitement of the upcoming game is enough to make anyone think of the beating players receive throughout the season.

Looking back to his days as a player, Mack discusses his approach to how he played his position, the trust involved between a fullback and running back, and the differences he sees in Derrick Coleman and Michael Robinson.

Strong's TEAM-WORKS Foundation was recently in the news and he talks about what the organization does for at-risk youth in the Seattle area.