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Seahawks sign unrestricted free agent Grant Wistrom to a multi-year contract.

Steve Largent Pro Bowl
February 02, 1985

Steve Largent catches a game-high eight passes for 82 yards, but the NFC wins the Pro Bowl 28-24. Kenny Easley (two tackles) and Fredd Young (one tackle) also are on the AFC squad.


Warren Moon throws a team record-equaling five touchdown passes, including three to Joey Galloway, in a 45-34 win over the Oakland Raiders. His 409 yards is third in team history for a single game and is an NFL high for 1997.


Jeff Dunn named Vice President of Business Strategy & Analytics.


Todd Peterson kicks four field goals in a 26-14 win over the Philadelphia Eagles.

Clinch First Franchise AFC Western Division Title
December 18, 1988

John L. Williams accounts for 239 yards of offense, including 180 receiving, and Dave Krieg throws for 410 yards and four scores, as the Seahawks defeat the Los Angeles Raiders, 43-37, in Los Angeles to clinch the first AFC Western Division title in franchise history.

Grant Wistrom, Jan. 14, 2006 against the Redskins in the NFC Divisional Playoff in Seattle.
After a dominant 36-6 win at Arizona to finish the regular season, Michael Bennett held up his
Gotta look sharp in front of a worldwide audience, so safety Kam Chancellor's barber showed up at the team hotel and set up in a dining room to make sure Kam was right for game day.
On July 31, 2009, Training Camp begins and for the first time in Seattle, training camp open to fans at VMAC.
Linebacker Kevin Murphy signs with Seattle on April 14.
Seattle Seahawks' Koren Robinson holds up the ball in the endzone after scoring on a fumble recovery against the Detroit Lions in the second quarter in Seattle, Sunday, Nov. 16, 2003. The Seahawks won, 35-14. (AP Photo/John Froschauer)
The Seahawks original team plane.
Defensive lineman Michael Bennett talks to the team before they leave the locker room for the field.