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Seattle makes it three straight with a 31-14 win over the San Diego Chargers in the Kingdome. Rookie Rick Mirer passes for 282 yards and a score and also rushes for a touchdown. The three-game winning streak is the Seahawks longest since 1990.


Mike Reinfeldt named Senior Vice President.


Chris Warren's 103 yards aren't enough as the Washington Redskins post a 16-3 Kingdome win.


Norm Johnson kicks four field goals as the Seahawks defeat the Kansas City Chiefs 19-7 at the Kingdome. The Chiefs intercept Dave Krieg four times, but the Seahawks force and recover three Chiefs’ fumbles.

First Game
August 1, 1976

Seahawks play first game before 60,825 fans in the Kingdome. San Francisco holds on to defeat Seattle, 27-20, as Jim Zorn is tackled on the 49ers’ two-yard line when the gun sounds.

Williams and Kennedy in Pro Bowl
February 2, 1991

John L. Williams (four carries for 8 yards, one reception) and Cortez Kennedy represent the AFC in the Pro Bowl, but the NFC wins 21-15.

DT Cortez Kennedy was team MVP, Largent Award winner and voted to the Pro Bowl for the 1996 season.
(L-R) QB's Warren Moon, Jon Kitna and John Friesz.
Week 7 brought a visit to division foe Arizona, and Seattle's Golden Tate posed as he flew into the end zone after a punt return which was called back due to a penalty.
Tom Flores, Seahawks general manager/head coach from 1992-94, is relieved of his duties on December 29, 1994.
Seattle Seahawks coach Mike Holmgren, right, argues with line judge Ron Marinucci over a call during the first quarter against the Denver Broncos at Mile High Stadium in Denver on Sunday, Dec. 10, 2000. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
Breaking ground at the new headquarters in Kirkland.