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Odomesí Buffalo teammate and fellow two-time Pro Bowler, tackle Howard Ballard signs as a free agent.


Seahawks score second shutout in the clubís history with a 14-0 win over Washington Redskins in Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium.

Bill Meyers Hired as Offensive Line Coach
February 06, 1998

Hired Bill Meyers as assistant offensive line coach and announced the club had agreed to terms with Washington Redskinsí special teams coach Pete Rodriguez.


Signed free agent QB Matt Flynn to a multi-year contract.


Seahawks snap three-game losing streak with 26-18 win over visiting Buffalo Bills. Chris Warren rushes for 116 yards, his franchise record 24th career 100-yard game.


Former Seahawks safety Eric Stokes and Matt Malaspina named area scouts.

On October 5, 2010, Seattle acquired Marshawn Lynch from the Buffalo Bills in a trade.
(L-R) QB's Warren Moon, Jon Kitna and John Friesz.
Seattle Seahawks kicker Todd Peterson (2) lifts his arms up as he hits a 45-yard field goal to put Seattle ahead 22-21 in the fourth quarter of their game Sunday, Oct. 3, 1999 against the Oakland Raiders in Seattle. The field goal was all Seattle needed as they held off Oakland to win the game. Also shown is Oakland's K. D. Williams (59) and Seattle's Christian Fauria (86). (AP Photo/John Froschauer)
Seahawks Bruce Scholtz (58) and Jacob Green (79) in a 13-2 Seattle loss to the Los Angeles Raiders at the Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, California on December 15, 1985. Seattle Seahawks vs Los Angeles Raiders - December 15, 1985 (AP Photo/NFL Photos)
Earl Thomas stretches before the home opener vs. the Bears at CenturyLink Field.
WR Darrell Jackson
Richard Sherman makes final adjustments before leaving the locker room with his fellow members of the Legion of Boom.