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Stump Mitchell named Running Backs coach.

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.

Advance to Super Bowl
January 18, 2014

Seattle became the 12th team in NFL  history to advance to the Super Bowl after winning it the previous year by defeating the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship Game, 28-22, in OT. Seattle overcame a 16-point, second-half deficit to win after Russell Wilson connected with Jermaine Kearse on a 35-yard TD to end the game. It marked Seattle’s ninth consecutive postseason win at home, tied for the third-longest streak in NFL  history. The game also marked a record for CenturyLink Field attendance record with 68,538 12s on hand.


Seahawks and Northwest College agree to a long-term lease for a new practice and office complex for the club in Kirkland. The facility will be built on 12 acres adjacent to Northwest College. A 36,000-square foot building will house the club’s administrative offices, locker room and training facilities.

Pete Kendall Selected in First Round
April 20, 1996

Seahawks select Boston College tackle Pete Kendall in the first round with the 21st overall pick. Seattle had traded down twice in the first round, acquiring defensive tackle Glenn Montgomery from the Houston Oilers in the first deal and adding an extra third-round pick from the Detroit Lions in the second.


Josh Brown connected on his second game-winner of the season, a 54-yard field goal at St. Louis as time expired.

Fans loosely quote Matt Hasselbecks statement from the 2003 season.
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.
Seahawks select Alabama running back Shaun Alexander and Wisconsin tackle Chris McIntosh in the first round of the NFL Draft.
Bob Cryder, Dec. 29, 1984 against the Dolphins in the AFC Divisional Playoff in Miami.
Quarterback Jim Zorn (1976-84) becomes the second person inducted into the Seahawks Ring of Honor.
Jim Zorn scrambles.
Seahawks name former L.A. Raiders Head Coach, Tom Flores President/General Manager, replacing Mike McCormack.