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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.

Warren Moon Signs as Free Agent
March 07, 1997

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).

Acquire TE Jimmy Graham
March 10, 2015

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.

Craig Terrill catches a fumble recovery after Indianapolis Colts quarterback Jim Sorgi was sacked during the fourth quarter on Dec. 24. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
The Seahawks fell behind early but continued to play hard and nearly erased all of a 31-0 halftime deficit thanks to plays like this where Michael Bennett and Kam Chancellor hit Carolina running back Mike Tolbert so hard his helmet came off.
Linebacker Anthony Simmons lead the team with 100 tackles for a third – and final – time in the 2003 season.
When the Seahawks played in the AFC West, the team that they and their fans loved beating the most was the Raiders. It happened four consecutive seasons at the Kingdome, including the games in 1985 and 1986 that the Seahawks won by a combined score of 70-3.
The Seahawks traded a conditional draft choice to the Oakland Raiders for WR Jerry Rice.
Jacob Green started 13 games in his rookie season with the Seahawks in 1980.