Former Seahawks quarterback Warren Moon (center), the team’s radio analyst for its game broadcasts, is on a leave of absence following the report of a lawsuit against him alleging sexual harassment. Brock Huard and Dave Wyman will be the color analysts on the Seahawks’ radio network for Sunday’s game at Jacksonville.
Former Seahawks quarterback Warren Moon (center), the team’s radio analyst for its game broadcasts, is on a leave of absence following the report of a lawsuit against him alleging sexual harassment. Brock Huard and Dave Wyman will be the color analysts on the Seahawks’ radio network for Sunday’s game at Jacksonville. Tony Overman Staff Photographer
Former Seahawks quarterback Warren Moon (center), the team’s radio analyst for its game broadcasts, is on a leave of absence following the report of a lawsuit against him alleging sexual harassment. Brock Huard and Dave Wyman will be the color analysts on the Seahawks’ radio network for Sunday’s game at Jacksonville. Tony Overman Staff Photographer
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Seahawks: Warren Moon taking leave from radio game broadcasts “indefinitely”

December 06, 2017 06:07 PM

UPDATED December 07, 2017 08:12 AM

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