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Seahawks score touchdowns on their first six possessions in a 42-17 win over Denver. Curt Warner establishes a team record with four rushing touchdowns. Warner (126) and John L. Williams (109) each top 100 yards rushing.
The Seahawks traveled to Washington D.C. to meet President Obama at the Super Bowl Champions annual White House visit
Added Keith Carter (quality control/ offense) and former Seahawks safety Marquand Manuel (special teams assistant) to the coaching staff.
Seahawks won their season opener at Carolina 12-7, the first of a team-record tying 13-win season.
Steve Largent sets franchise records with 15 catches for 261 yards and catches three of Jeff Kemp’s four touchdown passes in a 37-14 victory over the Detroit Lions at the Silverdome in the final game played with replacement players during the NFL players’ strike. Largent, Kemp, center Blair Bush and inside linebacker Fredd Young, who has 13.5 tackles, rejoined the team just before the strike was settled. Asked after the game why he had not used double coverage on Largent, Lions coach Darryl Rogers offers, “Why embarrass two guys when you can just embarrass one?”
Seahawks hire Brian Davis for radio play-by-play.