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Veteran Allocation held in New York City. Seahawks select 39 NFL veterans.
Former University of Washington quarterback Warren Moon signs as a free agent after 13 seasons with the Houston Oilers (1984-93) and Minnesota Vikings (1994-96). Moon ranks fourth in league history in attempts (6,000), completions (3,514), and yards (43,787), and is tied for seventh in touchdowns (254).
Pro Bowl guard Steve Hutchinson is given the transition tag rather than the franchise tag, a move that leads to him signing an offer sheet with the Vikings that the Seahawks decline to match. Hutchinson, the most-highly decorated guard in franchise history, had been voted to the Pro Bowl for three consecutive seasons (2003-05) and named All-Pro in 2003 and 2005.
Tag Ribary promoted to Director of Team Operations and Trent Kirchner promoted to Director of Pro Personnel.
John L. Williams catches a career high 12 passes for 129 yards as the Seahawks defeat the Los Angeles Raiders, 23-17.
Terry Taylor returns an interception 75 yards for a touchdown and blocks a field goal attempt that is recovered by Byron Walker and returned 56 yards for a touchdown in Seattle’s 33-3 win over the Los Angeles Raiders at the Kingdome.