career

Dan McGwire


Years Played: 1991-1994

Position: QB

Birthdate: 12/18/1967

College: San Diego State

Hometown: Ponoma, CA

Height / Weight: 6-8 / 243

Career Statistics through 1994

Statistics shown are for the player's entire NFL career, updated through 1994.

On this Day in Seahawks History
December 22, 1991
Seattle finishes their 16th season with a 7-9 record after defeating the Los Angeles Rams, 23-9, in the Kingdome. It was the first win by the Seahawks over the Rams in five regular season games. James Jones rushes for a pair of scores, while the defense keeps their third 1991 opponent out of the end zone.
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November 07, 1976
Seahawks capture their first regular season victory at home with a 30-13 win over Atlanta. Sherman Smith becomes the first Seattle back to rush for over 100 yards with 124 yards on 14 carries.
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January 12, 1995
Dennis Erickson, head coach at the University of Miami, is named head coach. In six seasons at Miami, Erickson compiled a 63-9-0 record and won national championships in 1989 and 1991. A native of Everett, Washington, Erickson posted a 113-40-1 record in 13 seasons as a college head coach at the University of Idaho, University of Wyoming, Washington State University, and Miami. Erickson brings six coaches with him from Miami, Gregg Smith (assistant head coach/tight ends), Greg McMackin (defensive coordinator), Dave Arnold (special teams), Dana LeDuc (strength and conditioning), Rich Olson (quarterbacks), and Willy Robinson (defensive backs). In addition he retains Bob Bratkowski (offensive coordinator/wide receivers), Tommy Brasher (defensive line), Tom Catlin (quality control), Dave Brown (defensive coach), Arnie Matsumoto (staff assistant), Howard Mudd (offensive line), and Clarence Shelmon (running backs) from the previous staff.
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November 18, 1984
Kenny Easley and Dave Brown intercept passes, Jeff Bryant tackles Turk Schonert in the end zone for a safety, the Seahawks also recover three fumbles and Zach Dixon runs for two touchdowns in a 26-6 victory over the Bengals in Cincinnati.
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