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Matt Hasselbeck signed a multi-year contract. Bob Ferguson was relieved of his duties as general manager. Shaun Alexander was named franchise player.

Walter Jones Selected to Pro Football Hall of Fame
February 01, 2014

Walter Jones, a nine-time Pro Bowl left tackle, is elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility. His selection comes the day before the Seahawks would win their first Super Bowl. In another first, the announcement of Jones’ election comes as part of the nationally televised “NFL Honors” ceremony on Saturday night at Radio City Music Hall in Manhattan.

#96 Jersey Number Retired
October 14, 2012

Cortez Kennedy’s number is retired.


Seahawks S Ken Hamlin was victimized outside of a Seattle club following the game sustaining head injuries that ended his season.


Seattle becomes the first team since 1965 to beat Oakland twice during the regular season with a 17-16 win on Efren Herrera’s 46-yard field goal with just three seconds remaining.


Traded WR Darrell Jackson to San Francisco for a fourth-round draft choice.

Rookie TE Travis McNeil started 6 games for the Seahawks in the 1898 season.
On July 31, 2009, Training Camp begins and for the first time in Seattle, training camp open to fans at VMAC.
After being knocked unconscious on a hit from Mike Harden during the season opener in Denver, wide receiver Steve Largent delivers a payback – and fumble-forcing – blow on the Broncos’ cornerback after he made an end-zone interception in the Week 15 rematch. The Seahawks also score on their first six possessions and Curt Warner runs for four touchdowns in the 42-14 victory.
Strong safety Robert Blackmon recorded 102 tackles in the 1996 season.