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Fredd Young Pro Bowl TD
February 1, 1986

Fredd Young recovers a fumble to set up the only touchdown in the game as the AFC wins the Pro Bowl 10-6. Jacob Green also recovers a fumble and has a tackle for a loss, while Steve Largent and Bobby Joe Edmonds also are on the NFC squad.


Seattle sewed up their fourth-consecutive NFC West title with a 42-21 victory over the Arizona Cardinals. Mike Holmgren became the winningest coach in franchise history passing Chuck Knox (83-67). Marcus Trufant also recorded three interceptions in the game to tie a club record.


Josh Brown connected on his second game-winner of the season, a 54-yard field goal at St. Louis as time expired.


Odomes’ Buffalo teammate and fellow two-time Pro Bowler, tackle Howard Ballard signs as a free agent.


Seattle loses to Miami in the season opener, 23-0, marking the first time the Seahawks were shut out in seven years.


Scot McCloughan rejoins the Seahawks front office as Sr. Personnel Executive.

The 1981 Seahawk draft choices.
When San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick challenged Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman in the first quarter, Sherman responded with an interception as head coach Pete Carroll celebrated on the sideline.
Seattle Seahawks' Darrell Jackson (82) grabs a long fourth-quarter pass as Dallas Cowboys' Darren Woodson defends, Sunday, Dec. 16, 2001, in Seattle. The Seahawks scored on the next play and won, 29-3. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
Jacob Green, Dec. 29, 1984 against the Dolphins in the AFC Divisional Playoff in Miami.
Super Bowl XLVIII Parade
“We want the ball, we’re going to score.”

Defensive linemen (left to right) Grant Wistrom #96, Rashad Moore #95, Cedric Woodard #98, and Brandon Mitchell #97 of the Seattle Seahawks await the next play against the Buffalo Bills at Qwest Field on November 28, 2004 in Seattle, Washington. The Bills defeated the Seahawks 38-9. (AP Photo/Paul Spinelli)
Drafted Miami cornerback Kelly Jennings with the 31st pick in the NFL Draft.