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Seattle misses a last play field goal in 17-16 loss at the Detroit Lions. Lamar Smith rushes for a career high 148 yards in his first career start. Seahawks also lose quarterback John Friesz for remainder of the season with a broken leg.


DT Cortez Kennedy is released.

Acquire Deion Branch
September 11, 2006

Seattle acquired WR Deion Branch from the New England Patriots in exchange for the Seahawks first-round selection in the 2007 NFL Draft.

First VMAC Training Camp
July 31, 2009

Training Camp begins and for the first time in Seattle, training camp open to fans at VMAC.

NFC Wild Card Thriller
January 06, 2006

The Seahawks won their third consecutive home playoff game upending the Dallas Cowboys 21-20 in an NFC Wild Card thriller.


Seattle makes it three straight with a 31-14 win over the San Diego Chargers in the Kingdome. Rookie Rick Mirer passes for 282 yards and a score and also rushes for a touchdown. The three-game winning streak is the Seahawks longest since 1990.

Could a game in September portend things to come six months later? At exactly 3:00pm, running back Marshawn Lynch walked through the narrow hallway leading from the garage at CenturyLInk Field to the locker room for a Week 2 game against the San Francisco 49ers. The Seahawks defeated the 49ers, 29-3, then beat them again in January in the NFC Championship game and earned a berth in Super Bowl 48.
Shaun Alexander rushed for 266 yards and three touchdowns versus Oakland, including a team-record 88-yard touchdown.
The Seahawks were comfortable playing in MetLife Stadium, as they dominated the Giants in a 23-0 shutout. Richard Sherman danced to the stadium music during a timeout.
Joe Jurevicius, Jan. 14, 2006 against the Redskins in the NFC Divisional Playoff in Seattle.
Wide Receiver Steve Largent becomes the first Seahawks player to be elected into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He was formally induced on July 29, 1995.
Seattle Seahawks Sean Dawkins celebrates his touchdown after catching a 9-yard Jon Kitna pass during the first quarter against the Miami Dolphins in the AFC wild card playoff game Sunday, Jan. 9, 2000 in Seattle. (AP Photo/Barry Sweet)
On Feb. 24, 1998, Seattle signs three-time Pro Bowl center, Kevin Glover.
Rocky Bernard, Jan. 14, 2006 against the Redskins in the NFC Divisional Playoff in Seattle.