Steve Raible & Warren Moon
Steve Raible â€“ Play-by-Play
Steve Raible returns for his 35th season in the radio booth, his 13th as the play-by-play announcer and â€œVoice of the Seahawksâ€ after 22 seasons as the Seahawks analyst. An original member of the Seahawks, Raible played wide receiver from 1976-81 and has missed only four games in the franchiseâ€™s history, either as a player or broadcaster after suffering a collapsed lung vs. Oakland in 1981. Steve also co-authored the book, â€œTales from the Seahawks Sidelineâ€ with former Tacoma News Tribune beat writer, Mike Sando, who is currently working for ESPN. Following his football career, Steve joined KIRO-TV where he has won five local Emmy Awards including two for â€œBest Anchorâ€. He currently anchors KIRO-7 Eyewitness News at 5:00, 6:00 and 11:00 p.m.
One of the Northwestâ€™s favorite masters of ceremonies, Steve has twice been honored with the United Way Community Service Award and was named OutÂstandÂing Role Model of 2000 by Big Brothers/Big Sisters. He was also honored by Governor Christine Gregoire proclaiming May 4, 2005, as Steve Raible Day in honor of his community activities. He was a 2001 recipient of the prestigious NCAA Silver Anniversary Award along with former Seahawks teammate, Steve Largent.
A graduate of Georgia Tech and a member of the schoolâ€™s athletic Hall of Fame, Steve lives in Seattle with his wife, Sharon.
Warren Moon â€“ Analyst
Hall of Fame quarterback, Warren Moon, returns to the Seahawks radio team for his 13th season after serving as the preseason television analyst for the previous two seasons. After finishing a playing career in which he was nominated to an NFL record eight-straight Pro Bowls (1988-95), adding a ninth overall in 1997, Moon has become one of footballâ€™s leading broadcast analysts. He has spent recent years as a Westwood One radio analyst and sideline reporter and also spent time in the booth during Fox Sports Netâ€™s Pac-12 College Game of the Week.
The 17-year NFL veteran played for the Seahawks from 1997-98, setting the franchise record for passing yards in one season with 3,678 in 1997, surpassed by Matt Hasselbeck in the 2003 season. He also ranks in the top-three of 11 categories all-time in the NFL record books, including most career passing yards (third with 49,325), most career completions (third with 3,988), most yards passing in a single game (second with 527) and most career 400+ passing games (tied for second with seven).
Named the NFLâ€™s Man of the Year in 1989 for his work in the community, Warren established the Crescent Moon Foundation in 1989 to raise money for college academic scholarships in Seattle, Los Angeles, Houston, and Minneapolis/St. Paul. He remains active in charity work. Warren has worked as an ambassador for the NFL promoting the game of football both nationally and internationally to young people.