Former Seahawks long snapper and military veteran Nate Boyer runs out of the tunnel Friday at CenturyLink Field with an American flag before the team’s exhibition opener against the Denver Broncos. Boyer was released by the Seahawks on Tuesday to make way for quarterback Jake Waters.
Former Seahawks long snapper and military veteran Nate Boyer runs out of the tunnel Friday at CenturyLink Field with an American flag before the team’s exhibition opener against the Denver Broncos. Boyer was released by the Seahawks on Tuesday to make way for quarterback Jake Waters. Elaine Thompson The Associated Press
Former Seahawks long snapper and military veteran Nate Boyer runs out of the tunnel Friday at CenturyLink Field with an American flag before the team’s exhibition opener against the Denver Broncos. Boyer was released by the Seahawks on Tuesday to make way for quarterback Jake Waters. Elaine Thompson The Associated Press

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