Joe Peyton, TE (1967 CFL Pacific All-Star; 1968 CFL
All-Star; 1969 CFL Pacific All-Star)
Jerry Knoll, (1967 CFL Pacific All-Star)
Les Mueller, (1967 CFL Pacific All-Star)
Dave Berry, OG (1968 CFL All-Star)
Bob Hoskins, DE (1968 CFL All-Star)
Dick Hard, DT (1968 CFL All-Star)
Steve Boots, LB (1968 CFL All-Star)
Rex Pitts, OT (1969 CFL Pacific All-Star)
Ron Vrlicka, C (1969 CFL Pacific All-Star)
Mike Martin, DE (1969 CFL Pacific All-Star)
George Jugum, LB (1969 CFL Pacific All-Star)
Mason Mitchell, CB (1969 CFL Pacific All-Star)
Al Worley, S (1969 CFL Pacific All-Star)
Dave Dinish, PR (1969 CFL Pacific All-Star)
After purchasing the
Edmonds Warriors and taking the best
players, Lafa resurrected the Ramblers name for one season prior to
renaming the team the Seattle Rangers.
George Fleming kicked an 11-yard FG with 3:06
remaining to surpass the Portland Thunderbolts and wrap up the '66 PFL
July 2, 1967 Little All-American Joe Peyton from
Puget Sound University signs a contract with the Seattle Rangers.
Peyton goes on to 3 consecutive All-Star selections with the Rangers.
Joining Peyton in signing contracts are Martin Wyatt (HB -Washington)
and John Yersick (C - Notre Dame), Roger Dunn (G - Washington).
Peyton would take the head coaching job of the Puget Sound track team,
and assistant football coach spot on the football team in July 1968
The opener with Victoria had to be cancelled
because lighting installation had not been completed at Victoria's home
Lane attempted to hire Denver Broncos staff member
Paul Massey to coach the 1969 team. However when Lane wanted to retain
Dick Berg as General Manager and not give Massey the reigns to that
position, Paul decided against taking the position to replace the
departed Mel McCain.
Kermit Jorgenson was a key fullback for the
Ramblers in 1966 while Don Mann played end receiving passed from Pete
Berg. Former Oregon halfback Larry Hill starred as well.
Mike Brundage, QB
Mac Bledsoe, WR
Hugh Wright, FB