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Fuad Reveiz kicks a 24-yard field goal on the final play of the game to give the Minnesota Vikings a 24-21 victory over the Seahawks at the Kingdome. Dave Krieg throws two touchdown passes to Brian Blades.


Seahawks Stadium and Exhibition Center announced as interim name until a permanent naming rights sponsor is found FGI announces the project will come in on budget, a month earlier than anticipated.


In cooperation with the Department of Defense Armed Forces Entertainment Office, Seahawks Alex Bannister and Damien Robinson led a Seahawks contingent including former Seahawks receiver Paul Johns and the Sea Gals Show Group on a tour of Southwest Asia, including the countries of United Arab Emirates and Qatar.


Jeff Kemp makes his first start since September 25, 1988, and throws two touchdown passes in a 20-13 win over the New York Jets. One goes to Travis McNeal, the first of his career.

Largent #80 Jersey Retired
August 12, 1995

Seahawks officially retire Largentís #80 jersey.


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.

Terry Beeson jumping to block pass in loss at the Oakland.
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)
Seahawks Stadium is renamed Qwest Field. Introduced Blue Ribbon Partners.
Seahawks selected Southern California DE Lawrence Jackson in the first round of the NFL Draft and picked up TE John Carlson.
Seattle's Doug Baldwin fights for yards and Denver's Aqib Talib loses his helmet trying to make the tackle.
Linebacker Winston Moss recorded 106 tackles in the 1996 season.
Seahawks receiver Jermaine Kearse leaves two Denver defenders in the dust as he breaks four tackles in one play en route to a 23-yard touchdown in the third quarter and 36-0 Seattle lead.
1990 draft pick board.
P Rick Donnelly