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Kasey Dunn named Seattle’s RB coach.

Record Shutout
November 13, 1977

Seattle defense blanks the New York Jets, 17-0, in Shea Stadium, the first time an established team is shutout by a second-year team.


Chuck Allen, who joined the Seahawks staff in June of 1975 as Director of Pro Scouting, named Assistant General Manager

Training Camp Returns to Cheney
March 5, 1997

Seahawks announce a return of their training camp to Eastern Washington University in Cheney, Washington. Seattle trained at Eastern from 1976-85, before training year-around at their Kirkland Headquarters.

Walter Jones Retires
April 29, 2010

T Walter Jones retires. He was selected to a club record nine Pro Bowls and his 180 career starts are second to only Steve Largent.


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.

New Orleans arrived in Seattle for a big matchup on Monday Night Football. Linebacker Cliff Avril jarred the ball loose from New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees on the Saints second offensive drive and Seattle defense led the way to a 34-7 win.
The Seahawks drafted T Russell Okung (6th overall) and S Earl Thomas (14th overall) in the first round of the NFL Draft in 2010.
Linebackers Fredd Young #56 and Bruce Scholtz #58 of the Seattle Seahawks stop running back Marcus Allen of the Los Angeles Raiders at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on December 15, 1985 in Los Angeles, California. The Raiders defeated the Seahawks 13-3. (AP Photo/NFL Photos)
On Feb. 16, 2005, the Seahawls signed T Walter Jones to a multi-year contract.
Week 15 brought a trip to New York and a matchup with the New York Giants. Receiver Doug Baldwin playfully threw a snowball at head coach Pete Carroll outside the gym after the team's walk-thru.
Seahawks select Florida State University tackle Walter Jones with the sixth overall choice in the 1997 draft.
After playing six close games in a row, Seattle began to find its stride in Atlanta. Running back Marshawn Lynch set the tone with this well-placed stiff-arm to Falcons safety William Moore early in a 33-10 victory.
Signed Tony Woods #57