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Snow covered Qwest Field as Seattle defeated Green Bay 34-24 on Monday Night Football. Shaun Alexander rushed for 201 yards on a franchise-record 40 carries.


Mike Reinfeldt named Senior Vice President.


Daryl Turner sets a club record with four touchdown catches and Dave Krieg equals another with five touchdown passes in Seattle’s 49-35 victory over the San Diego Chargers at Jack Murphy Stadium.


Bill Lazor named Seattle’s QB coach.


Lloyd W. Nordstrom, spokesman for the Nordstrom family, the Seahawks’ majority owner, dies of a heart attack while vacationing in Mexico.


Galloway strikes again, this time on an 86-yard run from scrimmage in a 47-30 win over the Jaguars in Jacksonville. His run is a club record and is an NFL-long for 1995, as was his punt return. Galloway accounts for 237 all-purpose yards and three touchdowns, including five receptions for 114 yards and two scores receiving.

A military member carried the American flag and Seahawks linebacker Cliff Avril carried a French flag to lead the team out of the tunnel in a salute to the victims of the terror attacks in France in November.
Seattle Seahawks Hall of Fame wide receiver Steve Largent receives a Man of the Year award at the NFL Pro Bowl, a 34-3 NFC victory on January 29, 1989, at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii. (AP Photo/NFL Photos)
On Spet. 29, 2002, Shaun Alexander scores an NFL-record five first-half touchdowns versus the Minnesota Vikings on ESPN Sunday Night Football.
Sam McCullum catches over the shoulder pass vs. the San Francisco 49ers.
Seattle Seahawks head coach Mike Holmgren, left, smiles as he walks off the field talking with guard Steve Hutchinson, right, after the 24-23 win over the St. Louis Rams in Seattle Sunday Sept. 21, 2003. (AP Photo/John Froschauer
The Seahawks announced a new logo and colors Seahawks blue, Seahawks navy and Seahawks bright green.
Linebacker Winston Moss recorded 106 tackles in the 1996 season.
Rookie John Kasay started all 16 games of the 1991 season as the kicker.