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Stadium Naming
June 02, 2004

Seahawks Stadium is renamed Qwest Field. Introduced Blue Ribbon Partners.


Norm Johnsonís 40-yard field goal 3:01 into overtime gives the Seahawks a 13-10 win at San Diego. Seattle forces and recovers a pair of fumbles, the first with 48 seconds left in regulation and the second with 1:34 gone in overtime.


Totaled 350 rushing yards versus the N.Y. Giants, a club single-game record. Marshawn Lynch also rushed for a career-best four TDs tying a single-game club record.


Seahawks lose their first playoff game in 11 years when they fall to the Miami Dolphins, 20-17, in the final game played at Seattleís Kingdome.

Raiders Shutout by Seahawks
December 08, 1986

Seattle hands the Los Angeles Raiders their biggest defeat since 1962, 37-0, as Curt Warner gains 116 yards and Dave Krieg passes for 243 yards and two touchdowns. Seattle gains 407 yards in total offense, while the defense holds the Raiders to 138 yards.

Unveiled New Uniforms at the Teamís New Stadium
March 27, 2002

The Seahawks unveiled new uniforms at the teamís new stadium, the first significant uniform change in the teamís 26-year history. In a weeklong contest, a total of 64,513 fans voted with an overwhelming 49,447 (76.6%) voting for the new Seahawks blue helmet. The traditional silver helmet received 15,066 (23.4%) votes. (Marked the first time in NFL history that a team allowed fans to choose any part of the teamsí uniform ensemble.)

Indianapolis Colts back-up quarterback Jim Sorgi is tackled by Seattle Seahawks Grant Wistrom during the second quarter on Dec. 24. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
Seahawks selected Southern California DE Lawrence Jackson in the first round of the NFL Draft and picked up TE John Carlson.
In the locker room after the game, offensive line coach Tom Cable has a quiet moment with starting left tackle Russell Okung.
The Seahawks original team plane.
Seattle Seahawks linebacker Keith Butler (53) upends Chicago Bears running back Roland Harper (35) during an NFL game in Chicago, Nov. 5, 1978. The Seahawks defeated the Bears 31-29. (AP Photo/NFL Photos)