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Matt Hasselbeck set a franchise record passing for 449 yards in a 31-28 overtime win at San Diego. Seattle also established 20 club records during the season, including most first downs in a season (347), most yards gained in a game (591 at San Diego), most net yards gained in a season (5,818) and most passing yards in a season (4,257). Seattle finished the season 7-9, third place in the NFC West.
Chris Warren rushes for 168 yards to become the second Seattle player to have back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons, but the Phoenix Cardinals tie the game on the last play of regulation and go on to a 30-27 overtime win in the Kingdome.
Jon Vaughn, who learned during warmups that he would start for an injured Chris Warren (abdominal muscle), rushes for a career-high 131 yards in a 16-6 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. Seattle gains 267 yards rushing, giving them back-to-back 200-yard rushing games for the first time in franchise history.
Former University of Washington quarterback Warren Moon signs as a free agent after 13 seasons with the Houston Oilers (1984-93) and Minnesota Vikings (1994-96). Moon ranks fourth in league history in attempts (6,000), completions (3,514), and yards (43,787), and is tied for seventh in touchdowns (254).
Jimmy Graham, a three-time Pro Bowl tight end, is acquired in a trade with the Saints on the first day of the NFL free agency period. The Seahawks give the Saints center Max Unger and their first-round draft choice as part of the deal, which also includes the Seahawks receiving the Saints’ fourth-round pick. The Seahawks also sign former Ravens and Eagles cornerback Cary Williams as a free agent.
The club agrees to terms with unrestricted free agent guard Brian Habib of the Super Bowl Champion Denver Broncos.