Ron Howard recalls nearly quitting before making the roster for inaugural Seahawks team in the 70s

Ron Howard says the lessons he learned in the 1970s stand the test of time.

SEATTLE — As the Seahawks ring in the new season, one of the rings they’re chasing sits at a junior high in south Seattle.

It’s an NFC Championship ring on the finger of , who’s busy with a full day of work at Aki Kurose Middle School.

The halls may be empty for summer break, but Howard has been there since the early hours of the morning, immersed in his job as assistant principal.

“Just throw that rope over the side of the fence and pull someone

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