Welcome to Seahawks History.

Curated by the Seahawks, provides more information on the history of the Seahawks organization and its players.

Explore our history. Click on any of the panels below to learn what happened that year.
1994

Seahawks capture season opener for first time since 1988 with a 28-7 win at the Washington Redskins, as Chris Warren rushes for 100 yards and two touchdowns. The win is the 100th in the career of Head Coach Tom Flores.

Monday Night Football Shutout
October 29, 1984

Seahawks post their second shutout of the season with a 24-0 victory over the San Diego Chargers on Monday Night Football. Kenny Easley intercepts a club record three passes and Steve Largent catches three touchdown passes.

1977

After missing four games with an injury, Jim Zorn returns to lead Seattle to a 56- 17 triumph over Buffalo. The Seahawks set 15 club records and equal six, including Zornís four TD passes.

Acquire TE Jimmy Graham
March 10, 2015

Jimmy Graham, a three-time Pro Bowl tight end, is acquired in a trade with the Saints on the first day of the NFL free agency period. The Seahawks give the Saints center Max Unger and their first-round draft choice as part of the deal, which also includes the Seahawks receiving the Saintsí fourth-round pick. The Seahawks also sign former Ravens and Eagles cornerback Cary Williams as a free agent.

2006

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

2005

Mike Reinfeldt is named consultant.

1987
1979
Sherman Smith (47) runs upfield during an NFL game against the Buffalo Bills in Seattle, Wash., Oct. 30, 1977. The Seahawks defeated the Bills 56-17. (AP Photo/NFL Photos)
1977
Michael Bennett flexes his muscles after a disruptive play.
2016
2011
The Seahawks roll to a 45-0 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs as they return a league-record four interceptions for touchdowns Ė two by Dave Brown (90 and 58 yards) and one each by Keith Simpson (76 yards) and Kenny Easley (58 yards).
1984
The 1981 Seahawk draft choices.
1981
2011
QB Jon Kitna earns AFC Offensive Player of the Week for 22 of 33, 231-yard, three-touchdown performance at Jacksonville.
2000
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