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Rod Springer named Assistant Strength & Conditioning coach.

Mike Murphy Named Linebackers Coach
February 9, 1995

Mike Murphy, a nine-season NFL coaching veteran, is named linebackers coach. Murphy coached with the Detroit Lions and Arizona Cardinals prior to serving one year in the Pro Personnel Department of the Carolina Panthers.

First Regular Season Victory
November 7, 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.


AFC Western Division champion Kansas City Chiefs end the Seahawks postseason bid with a 26-3 win in Arrowhead Stadium.

Jim Zorn Inducted into Ring of Honor
August 3, 1991

Quarterback Jim Zorn (1976-84) becomes the second person inducted into the Seahawks Ring of Honor.


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

Pharrell Williams performs and is projected on screens across a giant stage that was constructed in the parking lot of CenturyLink Field for the concert.
Brian Blades playing card from 1988.
The Seahawks hired Bill Meyers as assistant offensive line coach on Feb. 6, 1998.
Linebacker Bobby Wagner celebrates with Bruce Irvin after a sack.
Head coach Pete Carroll hugs his left tackle Russell Okung during team stretching.