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The club agrees to terms with unrestricted free agent guard Brian Habib of the Super Bowl Champion Denver Broncos.


Seattle names Teryl Austin defensive backs coach.

Seahawks Select Kenny Easly
April 28, 1981

Seahawks select UCLA safety Kenny Easley in the first round of the NFL draft.


The Seahawks defeated the N.Y. Giants 24-21 in overtime after Giantsí kicker Jay Feely missed three game-winning field goal attempts. The Giants committed 16 penalties, including 11 false start penalties.

Draft Bruce Irvin 15th Overall
April 26, 2012

Selected DE Bruce Irvin with the 15th overall selection in the 2012 NFL Draft

Shawn Springs and Walter Jones Drafted in First Round
April 19, 1997

After selecting Ohio State cornerback Shawn Springs with the third overall choice, Seattle sends the 12th overall choice and a third-round pick to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the sixth overall choice. That pick is used on Florida State University tackle Walter Jones. It is the first time in their history that the Seahawks have utilized two first-round draft choices.

Christian Fauria #86 of the Seattle Seahawks spikes the ball after scoring a touchdown against the San Diego Chargers on Dec. 30, 2001 during an NFL football game in San Diego. The Seahawks won 25-22. (AP Photo/G. Newman Lowrance)
In the visitor's locker room at Lucas Oil Stadium, defensive backs Richard Sherman and Kam Chancellor mentally prepared themselves before the game.
Indianapolis Colts' Edgerrin James is brought down on a first quarter run by Lofa Tatupu and Joe Tafoya on Dec. 24. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
Brandon Browner set two club records during the 2011 season.
Jacob Green started 13 games in his rookie season with the Seahawks in 1980.
Well after the victory over the Saints and with the stands empty, a still fully dressed Russell Wilson spent time on the field with Make-A-With kid Brayden before taking him to the locker room to meet other Seahawks.
Kam Chancellor took a moment before leaving the field and obliged some 12s who wanted a selfie with their favorite player.