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David Wyman (American football)

David Wyman
No. 92, 57
Personal information
Date of birth: (1964-03-31) March 31, 1964
Place of birth: San Diego, California
Height: 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) Weight: 245 lb (111 kg)
Career information
High school: Earl Wooster (NV)
College: Stanford
NFL Draft: 1987 / Round: 2 / Pick: 45
Debuted in 1987 for the Seattle Seahawks
Last played in 1995 for the Denver Broncos
Career history
Career NFL statistics
Tackles 553
Sacks 5.5
Interceptions 3
Stats at

David Matthew Wyman (born March 31, 1964) is a former professional football player, a linebacker in the National Football League for nine seasons with the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos.

Born in San Diego, California, Wyman graduated from Earl Wooster High School in Reno, Nevada, in 1982. He played college football at Stanford, where he led the team in tackles as a sophomore in 1983 and again in 1984, but incurred a knee injury in the penultimate game.[1] Wyman redshirted in 1985 and returned in 1986 to lead the Cardinal with 169 tackles and was All-Pac-10.[2]

He was selected by the Seahawks in the second round of the 1987 NFL Draft with the 45th overall selection. Wyman played six seasons for the Seahawks, but left as a free agent before the 1993 season[3] and played his final three years with the Broncos.

Wyman returned to the Seattle area and is currently a co-host of the Danny, Dave & Moore radio show on KIRO (AM) 710, part of the ESPN Radio network. He is a frequent contributor to Seahawks Saturday Night on KCPQ television, the Seattle Fox affiliate.


  1. ^ "Defense key for Stanford". Spokesman-Review. Associated Press. September 1, 1986. p. C5. 
  2. ^ "Seahawks sign Krieg, Wyman". Spokesman-Review. Associated Press. July 22, 1987. p. D1. 
  3. ^ "Broncos to sign Wyman". Ellensburg (WA) Daily Record. McClatchy News Service. June 17, 1993. p. 8. 

External links

  • KIRO 710 ESPN: Wyman, Mike & Moore
  • Career statistics and player information from • Pro-Football-Reference •
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