Seahawks’ Kearse Shows Knack for Big Plays [VIDEO]
Seattle’s third-year wideout from the University of Washington has made some huge catches for the team in the past two years, including a touchdown in Super Bowl XLXIII and the game-winner in this year’s NFC championship game.
Jermaine Kearse was an undrafted free agent who signed with the Seahawks in 2012. He’s a starter on a team that has a run-first philosophy on offense, but has shown an ability to make the clutch catch when it’s needed. Kearse made the game winning touchdown catch in overtime against Green Bay in this year’s NFC championship game. That was after being targeted four times earlier in the game, and having two of those passes intercepted after they bounced off his hands.
We had a chance to talk to Kearse at preseason training camp in August. Now, he’s on the threshold of another Super Bowl win with the Seahawks.
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