Green Berets thrive on anonymity, on secrecy.
This weekend is absolutely not that.
Nate Boyer, 34-year-old veteran of three tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan as a U.S. Army Special Forces soldier, walked up to the podium just beyond the Seattle Seahawks’ lush practice field. He squinted into the sun, into the cameras trained on him, into the reporters five rows deep wanting to talk to him.
“I wasn’t expecting this,” he said on his first day in the NFL as a Seahawk.
The former Staff Sgt. Boyer was standing beside one …