Seahawks safety Jordan Babineaux celebrates his game-saving tackle of Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo during a 2007 playoff game in Seattle. Plays like that one earned Babineaux the nickname, “Big Play Babs.”
Seahawks safety Jordan Babineaux celebrates his game-saving tackle of Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo during a 2007 playoff game in Seattle. Plays like that one earned Babineaux the nickname, “Big Play Babs.” Elaine Thompson The Associated Press, file 2007
Seahawks safety Jordan Babineaux celebrates his game-saving tackle of Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo during a 2007 playoff game in Seattle. Plays like that one earned Babineaux the nickname, “Big Play Babs.” Elaine Thompson The Associated Press, file 2007

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