Found October 11, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:

According to John Boiyle of the Everett Herald, the Seattle Seahawks plan on retiring former offensive lineman Cortez Kennedy’s number 96 at half time of this Sunday’s game against the Patriots.
Kennedy played his entire 10-year career for the Seahawks after being drafted 3rd overall in the 1990 NFL draft.

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