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Toyota Fan Deck Expansion
February 23, 2015

The club announces it is adding 1,000 seats to CenturyLink Field. The Toyota Fan Deck will be located above the south end zone.


Seahawks force eight turnovers and register eight sacks in 38-36 victory over the Los Angeles Raiders.

Back-to-Back Overtime Wins
December 2, 1990

In almost a replay from the week before, Seattle defeats the Houston Oilers 13-10 in overtime after recovering a fumble. Norm Johnson connects from 42 yards out after David Wyman recovers a Tony Woods-forced fumble. Seahawks become only the third team in NFL history to win back-to-back overtime games.


John Friesz throws touchdown passes of 51, 65 and 80 yards, the latter with 2:03 left to Brian Blades, for a 22-15 win at Miami.

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.


Signed Trent Dilfer to one-year contract to back up Matt Hasselbeck.

Never mind that it was after 3 a.m., two guys with energy to spare, Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll and Seattle-based rapper Macklemore, bounce on stage to the Seahawks unofficial anthem
Bobby Wagner looks upfield after recording an interception.
Seahawks players lock arms before the playing of the National Anthem in the home opener.
The Seahawks select Ohio State cornerback Shawn Springs with the third overall choice in the 1997 draft.
Minnesota kicker Blair Walsh misses a potential game-winning field goal to the left and the Seahawks defeated the Vikings 10-9 to advance in the playoffs.
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
In the locker room after the game, offensive line coach Tom Cable has a quiet moment with starting left tackle Russell Okung.
Safety Earl Thomas found a quiet place in the moments before the team took the field at MetLife Stadium.
Seattle's Doug Baldwin fights for yards and Denver's Aqib Talib loses his helmet trying to make the tackle.