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Pete Gross Inducted into Ring of Honor
November 30, 1992

In pregame ceremonies, play-by-play broadcaster Pete Gross is inducted into the Seahawks Ring of Honor. The Seahawks then defeat the Denver Broncos 16-13 in overtime, snapping an eight-game losing streak. Brian Blades makes his first appearance since injuring his shoulder on opening day and catches the game-tying touchdown pass on the game's last play. John Kasay's 32-yard field goal 11:10 into overtime is the winner. The game also is the team record third straight that the Seahawks defense held the opposition to under 200 total yards.


Seahawks move into new headquarters on a 12-acre site adjacent to Northwest College in Kirkland.

Steve Raible Becomes the "Voice of the Seahawks"
March 24, 2004

The Seattle Seahawks name Steve Raible as the new "Voice of the Seahawks" for radio broadcasts, and will be joined by Warren Moon as color analyst on the broadcast team. Raible served the previous 22 years as color analyst on Seahawks radio


Signed free agent RB Julius Jones.


Seattle hires Bob Ferguson as general manager.


Promoted Will Lewis to vice president of football operations and Tag Ribary to director of pro personnel. Hired Trent Kirchner as assistant director of pro personnel.

Fans loosely quote Matt Hasselbecks statement from the 2003 season.
Seahawks acquired restricted free agent WR Nate Burleson from the Vikings in exchange for a third-round draft choice.
Curt Warner was inducted to the Ring of Honor on November 27, 1994.
The Seahawks fans managed a burly smile while watching his team battle to a 20-13 victory.
The weather was warmer in Carolina for the divisional playoff game against the Panthers and offensive linemen Russell Okung, Garry Gilliam and Justin Britt shared a laugh at the Saturday walk-thru.
A fan pays tribute to Seattle Seahawks fullback Mack Strong Sunday, Oct. 14, 2007, in an NFL football game against the New Orleans Saints at Qwest Field in Seattle. Strong suffered a career-ending injury the week before in a game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)
Seattle Seahawks' head coach Mike Holmgren speaks to his players at the end of a practice and scrimmage at PGE park in Portland, Ore., Saturday, Aug. 7, 2004. (AP Photo/Greg Wahl-Stephens)