The Top 10 Good Riddance

1. Rick Neuheisel

The UW football program is still recovering from the Slick Rick era

2. Jerramy Stevens

Almost single-handedly dropped Seahawks’ chance at Lombardi Trophy

3. Vin Baker

Watching this All-Star deteriorate was like watching an episode of “Intervention”

4. Richie Sexson

Watching him struggle in pinstripes was a small consolation

5. Tyrone Willingham

Had a knack for raising good men … but horrible football teams

6. Everett Hawks

Sam Adams could’ve taken a few tips from the Silvertips

7. Rick Sund

Drafted so many 7-foot stiffs that you’d have thought him a mortician

8. Jeff Cirillo

Light-hitting third baseman got buried under heavy expectations

9. Bob Whitsitt

Mike Holmgren probably offered to drive him to the airport

10. John McLaren

Not all nice guys finish last … some get fired before the end

Compiled by Scott M. Johnson, Herald Writer

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