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Scott Christman

Scott Christman was there!

First Cut of Seahawks' Roster May Come Today

By Don Fair
P-I Sports Writer

The fastest players by position were: Darwin Robinson, running backs; Rolly Woolsey, defensive backs; Jerry (Horse) Lee, defensive linemen; Steve Duncanson, offensive linesman; Greg Gibson, Bill Lide, wide receivers; Rick Engles, kickers; and Scott Christman, quarterbacks.


Walla Walla Union-Bulletin
Tuesday, July 13, 1976

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS — Eddie Ray. running back, signed.

Mark Wahl, Dan Shepherd, Brad Kramer, Al Knapp and Keith Muehr, kickers; Herb Singleton and Scott Christman, quarterbacks; Dwaine Copeland and Clifton Marcus, running backs: Bob Cason, defensive back, and Ned Deane, linebacker, cut.

Scanned from Birth of a Franchise

Unprecedented Growth for 1999: Are You Ready?


By Scott Christman
[Editor’s Note: Scott Christman is a business consultant, who has recently spoken at a number of IRCC meetings throughout Northern California, on the issue of business team development, manpower, and benefit strategies. He has two degrees in business and marketing from Oklahoma State University, and has been a backup quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys and Seattle Seahawks as recently as 1976. His consulting specialty is organizational design.]

It looks as though 1999 will be a great year for the roofing industry. The weather is going to cooperate and the economy is excellent, so what else could you ask for? I am sure you were able in the 4th quarter of 1998 to develop a well-documented business plan in order to take advantage of this exceptional year.

The facts are that intellectually you know that you need to operate your business differently but you are not sure what specifically to do because this not your area of expertise.