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Re-signed RB Shaun Alexander to a multi-year contract.


Metropolitan King County Council votes 9-3 to approve a new football stadium for the Seahawks.


Place QB Trent Dilfer on injured reserve and signed veteran QB Jeff George for remainder of season.

Free Agency Signing
July 29, 2011

Free Agency opened and the Seahawks signed, among others, G Robert Gallery, WR Sidney Rice, QB Tarvaris Jackson and FB Michael Robinson.


Seahawks win their fifth game of the year, a 20-19 decision over Cleveland before 61,583 fans in the Kingdome, to establish a record for most wins ever by a second-year expansion team.

Patrick Kerney Retires
April 13, 2010

DE Patrick Kerney retires. From 2007-09 no other Seahawks defender had more sacks than Kerney’s 24.5.

Rocky Bernard, Jan. 14, 2006 against the Redskins in the NFC Divisional Playoff in Seattle.
The original website of the Football Northwest created in 1997 to keep the Seahawks in the Pacific Northwest.
QB Seneca Wallace went 2-2 in Hasselbeck’s absence due to injury during the 2006 season.
Seattle Seahawks owner Ken Behring smiles while overlooking the Los Angeles City skyline after an interview with reporters on Tuesday, Feb. 6, 1996 concerning the franchise's possible move to Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Michael Caulfield)
1992 Team Photo
Seattle Seahawks President Dave Behring puts a hat on George Williams, who is the first student at the newly created Seahawks Academy, Thursday, June 19, 1997 in Seattle. The academy became a reality with a check of $208,000 from the Seahawks and other area supporters. In the background, right, is Seattle School Superintendent John Stanford. The school, which will have 120 students, is an alternative middle school for
Seahawks use their second-round choice in the draft to select University of Miami wide receiver Brian Blades.