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Curated by the Seahawks, provides more information on the history of the Seahawks organization and its players.

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Lockout Ends
July 25, 2011

NFL and the NFL Players Association agree to a 10-year Collective Bargaining Agreement ending the 136-day lockout.


Former Seahawks safety Eric Stokes and Matt Malaspina named area scouts.

John Schneider Named Director of Player Personnel
April 28, 2000

Seattle names John Schneider director of player personnel.


Lloyd W. Nordstrom, spokesman for the Nordstrom family, the Seahawks’ majority owner, dies of a heart attack while vacationing in Mexico.


Mike Holmgren presented the Seahawks 12th Man with the game ball following the win over the Giants.

Tatupu Extension
March 21, 2008

Signed LB Lofa Tatupu to a multi-year extension.

The December sun cast long shadows on the field before kickoff and Robert Turbin's stretch made for striking symbolism.
Seahawks safety Earl Thomas makes a pledge to his teammates during his pregame speech just before the team took the field in Philadelphia.
The Seahawks original team plane.
(L-R): Earl Thomas, Russell Okung and Golden Tate.
Drafted Miami cornerback Kelly Jennings with the 31st pick in the NFL Draft.
Long after the last of his teammates had left the locker room, safety Earl Thomas sat at his locker, still clad in his uniform and pads.
Grant Wistrom, Jan. 14, 2006 against the Redskins in the NFC Divisional Playoff in Seattle.
Seattle Seahawks CEO Tod Leiweke answers questions following the official announcement at the Seahawks headquarters on Tuesday May 9, 2006 that the team will move their headquarters from Kirkland to Renton, Wash. The new 20-acre waterfront facility is expected to open in spring 2008. (AP Photo/Scott Cohen)