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Coaching Changes
January 18, 2011

Hired former Oakland Raiders head coach Tom Cable as assistant head coach and offensive line coach. Hired Todd Wash to coach the defensive line. Promoted Kris Richard to defensive backs coach. Promoted Rocky Seto to assistant defensive backs coach. Relieved offensive coordinator Jeremy Bates of his duties.


Mack Strong’s seven-yard touchdown run with 42 seconds left gives Seahawks a 22-21 win over the visiting Tampa Bay Buccaneers, breaking a six-game losing streak


Moon connects with Galloway on a game-winning 40-yard touchdown pass at San Diego with 2:20 left. The 37-31 win is marred by a season-ending broken ankle suffered by six-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle Cortez Kennedy.


The Seahawks finish the season 6-10 after dropping a 34-24 decision to the AFC West Champion Kansas City Chiefs in Arrowhead Stadium. John L. Williams rushes for 102 yards, to give the Seahawks three straight games with an individual over 100 yards, a franchise first. Rick Mirer becomes the first rookie quarterback since 1973 to start all his team’s games and only the third since the 1970 merger. Mirer ends the season with NFL rookie passing records for attempts (486), completions (274), and yards (2,833), while helping to improve Seattle’s win total by four games.


Washington state voters approve Referendum 48 by a 51.1 percent to 48.9 percent margin (820,354 yes, 783,584 no), including a 56.4 percent margin (275,358 yes, 213,092¬ no) in King County.

Dave Brown Inducted to Ring of Honor
August 22, 1992

Dave Brown becomes the third inductee into the Seahawks Ring of Honor.

The 1992 Coaching staff.
Best friends and teammates Richard Sherman and Doug Baldwin celebrate Sherman's second quarter interception.
Chuck Knox speaks to the media after being introduced as the new head coach of the Seattle Seahawks on January 26, 1983. (AP Photo/NFL Photos)
Grant Wistrom and Rocky Bernard celebrate Wistrom's sack of Indianapolis Colts quarterback Jim Sorgi in the third quarter on Dec. 24 in Seattle. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
Ouch. Seattle's Kevin Williams puts all of his 311 pounds into creating a Michael Crabtree sandwich along with teammate K.J. Wright in the third quarter.
Upon arrival back in Seattle, the Seahawks were greeted by throngs of 12s who showed their love and appreciation by lining roads between the airport and the Virginia Mason Athletic Center.