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Chuck Arnold was promoted to Chief Operating Officer for the Seahawks.

Mack Strong Suffers Career-Ending Injury
October 7, 2007

FB Mack Strong suffered a career-ending neck injury at PIttsburgh.


Traded quarterback Brock Huard to Indianapolis for the Colts fifth-round draft choice in the 2002 draft.

Dan McGwire Selected 16th Overall
April 21, 1991

Seahawks select San Diego State quarterback Dan McGwire with the 16th pick on the first round of the 1991 NFL Draft. The 6-8, 243-pound McGwire is the first quarterback ever selected in the first round by Seattle.

Ted Thompson Named VP / Football Operations
January 28, 2000

Holmgren names Ted Thompson vice president/football operations


Steve Largent ties Don Hutsonís NFL record of 99 career receiving touchdowns in the Seahawks 41-14 loss at Denver.

Pyrotechnics explode from the roof of Lincoln Financial Field at the end of the Star Spangled Banner as Russell Wilson stands at attention.
Well after the victory over the Saints and with the stands empty, a still fully dressed Russell Wilson spent time on the field with Make-A-With kid Brayden before taking him to the locker room to meet other Seahawks.
Week 3 brought the home opener against the Bears, and in the locker room, free safety Earl Thomas welcomed back his running mate Kam Chancellor after a two week absence.
Former Seahawks QB Jim Zorn is named quarterbacks coach.
The defensive backs huddle up pregame in front of the team tunnel, a tradition that has been carried on throughout the seasons.
Seahawks officially retire Largentís #80 jersey on August 12, 1995.
On September 3, 1995, Jacob Green was inducted into the Seahawks Ring of Honor.
Shaun Alexander runs for a 25-yard gain during the third quarter with Indianapolis Colts' Gerome Sapp chasing on Dec. 24. Alexander posted 139 yards and scored three touchdowns in the 28-13 win over the Colts. (AP Photo/John Froschauer)