Curated by the Seahawks, provides more information on the history of the Seahawks organization and its players.
Manu Tuiasosopo, defensive tackle from UCLA, becomes Seattle's first-round draft choice.
Mike Holmgren relinquishes his role as general manager, but remains executive vice president of football operations and head coach. Seattle fires defensive coordinator Steve Sidwell, defensive line coach Larry Brooks, defensive backs coach Ken Flajole, linebackers coach Johnny Holland and offensive quality control coach Jerry Colquitt.
At St. Louis, Russell Wilson became the first player in NFL history to pass for 300 or more yards and rush for 100 or more in the same game.
New coaching staff is announced: Jeremy Bates (offensive coordinator), Gus Bradley (defensive coordinator), Kippy Brown (WRs), Luke Butkus (Quality control/offensive line), Dave Canales (Quality control/offense), Chris Carlisle (head strength & conditioning), Jedd Fisch (QBs), Mondra Gee (assistant strength & conditioning), Alex Gibbs (offensive line), Jerry Gray (DBs), Kris Richard (assistant DBs), Brian Schneider (special teams coordinator), Rocky Seto (Quality control/defense), Sherman Smith (RBs), Jeff Ulbrich (assistant special teams), Art Valero (assistant offensive line), Jamie Yancher (assistant strength & conditioning).
The Seahawks traveled to Portland’s PGE Park for “Seahawks Live,” an intrasquad scrimmage.
Seahawks Stadium is renamed Qwest Field. Introduced Blue Ribbon Partners.