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Bob Whitsitt was relieved of his duties as president of football operations.

Field Renamed CenturyLink Field
June 23, 2011

Qwest Field renamed CenturyLink Field.

Clinch Playoff Berth
December 02, 1984

Seahawks clinch playoff berth with a 38-17 win over Detroit as Dave Krieg throws a team record five touchdown passes.


Ricky Watters scores three touchdowns, two rushing and one receiving, as he compiles 174 combined yards in a 31-19 victory in Kansas City, where the Seahawks had lost their previous eight games against the Chiefs.


Linebacker Kevin Murphy signs with Seattle.


Seahawks play their first game in Seahawks Stadium, a preseason loss to the Indianapolis Colts, 28-10.

Seahawks coaching staff (L-R): Mora, Quinn and Rollins.
Two weeks after being injured during the Dallas game, Ricardo Lockette made an appearance and acknowledged the 12s before the Seahawks Week 10 game against the Arizona Cardinals.
Seattle's defense swarmed all over Green Bay running back Eddie Lacy. On this play, K.J. Wright, Brandon Mebane, Cliff Avril and Bobby Wagner combine on a gang tackle.
The Seahawks hired Bill Meyers as assistant offensive line coach on Feb. 6, 1998.
Leroy Hill and Lofa Tatupu, Jan. 12, 2008 against the Packers in the NFC Divisional Playoff in Green Bay.
Seahawks use their second-round choice in the draft to select University of Miami wide receiver Brian Blades.
Wide receiver Doug Baldwin photobombs the offensive huddle during walk-thru as the team remained loose for the rivalry game to be played that evening.