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Steve Largent is formally inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.


Select DE Lamar King (Saginaw Valley State) with the 22nd pick in the first round of the 1999 NFL Draft.


Signed LB Julian Peterson.


John Carney kicks a career-long 54-yard field goal with 18 seconds remaining as the Chargers grab a 17-14 victory over the Seahawks in San Diego. Dave Krieg throws two fourth-quarter touchdown passes to rally the Seahawks from a 14-0 deficit as part of his 28-of-38, 376-yard passing performance and Brian Blades catches eight passes for 131 yards.


Jack Patera, defensive line coach of the Minnesota Vikings, named head coach.


Seattle trades their first-round pick obtained from the Bears, to Atlanta for the Falcons first-round pick, the third overall. Seattle also sends second and fourth rounders to Atlanta and the Falcons flip-flop their third round choices

On Feb. 24, 1998, Seattle signs three-time Pro Bowl center, Kevin Glover.
QB Seneca Wallace went 2-2 in Hasselbeck’s absence due to injury during the 2006 season.
Seattle Seahawks CEO Tod Leiweke answers questions following the official announcement at the Seahawks headquarters on Tuesday May 9, 2006 that the team will move their headquarters from Kirkland to Renton, Wash. The new 20-acre waterfront facility is expected to open in spring 2008. (AP Photo/Scott Cohen)
Aaron Curry started 13 games at OLB his rookie season.
Former Seahawks cornerback Dave Brown (1976-86) returns to the club as a defensive assistant.
DT Cortez Kennedy was team MVP, Largent Award winner and voted to the Pro Bowl for the 1996 season.
Week 7 brought a visit to division foe Arizona, and Seattle's Golden Tate posed as he flew into the end zone after a punt return which was called back due to a penalty.
Seattle Seahawks' new starting quarterback, Matt Hasselbeck, left, is introduced by coach Mike Holmgren at a news conference Monday, March 5, 2001, at the team's headquarters in Kirkland, Wash. The Seahawks acquired Hasselbeck, who spent his last two seasons as Brett Favre's backup, in a trade with the Green Bay Packers on Friday. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
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)