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Monday Night Football Debut
October 29, 1979

After trailing 14-0, the Seahawks rebound for a 31-28 win over Atlanta in Seattle’s first appearance on ABC’s Monday Night Football. Dan Doornink rushes for 122 yards on 21 carries and scores twice.


Chris Warren rushes for a personal best 185 yards on 30 carries, including a touchdown in a 16-14 win at Houston. Warren, playing with cracked ribs, had 183 of his yards in the first three quarters.


Seahawks head coach Jim Mora is relieved of coaching duties.

Tie Franchise Record
December 29, 2013

The Seahawks tied a franchise record by limiting the St. Louis Rams to just 13 rushing yards in the season finale.

Draft Cortez Kennedy and Terry Wooden
April 22, 1990

Seahawks trade four draft choices to the New England Patriots, including two first-round choices, to move up and select University of Miami defensive tackle Cortez Kennedy with the third overall choice. Seahawks also receive a second-round choice from the Patriots which they use to select Syracuse University linebacker Terry Wooden.


Sam McCullum catches two touchdown passes and Efren Herrera kicks four field goals in 26-7 win over Houston at the Astrodome. The win would prove to be Seattle's last of the season.

Breaking ground at the new headquarters in Kirkland.
Seattle Seahawks' linebacker D.D. Lewis hits Indianapolis Colts' wide receiver Troy Rogers as he catches the ball during the second quarter on Dec. 24. (AP Photo/Jim Bryant)
Shawn Springs with community group kids.
Starting TE John Carlson.
Mike Morgan leads the Seahawks out of the tunnel with the 12 flag before the final regular season home game.
Seahawks Football Operations and team practices began at VMAC on August 28, 2008.
The sketch of the original Seahawks Uniform from 1976.
Well after the victory over the Saints and with the stands empty, a still fully dressed Russell Wilson spent time on the field with Make-A-With kid Brayden before taking him to the locker room to meet other Seahawks.