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Shaun Alexander signed one-year contract.


The Seahawks and Tribune Television Northwest (KCPQ channel 13 and FOX affiliate in Seattle) reach a multi-year agreement to be the flagship television partner of the Seahawks. Q13 will broadcast all preseason game broadcasts, pre and postgame shows, and other team-related content.


Seattle names Jim Johnson linebackers coach.

Super Bowl XL
February 5, 2005

Matt Hasselbeck passes for 273 yards and Shaun Alexander runs for 95 yards, but the Seahawks can’t overcome their own mistakes and some dubious calls by the officials in dropping a 21-10 decision to the Steelers in Super Bowl XL – the franchise’s first appearance in the NFL title game.

Tatupu Extension
March 21, 2008

Signed LB Lofa Tatupu to a multi-year extension.


Seahawks hold Indianapolis Colts to a franchise low 118 yards for their first win, 31-3, in Indianapolis. The 28-point margin of victory is the largest for Seattle on the road.

The Seahawks opened the season 3-0 after shutting out the 49ers 34-0 at Qwest Field. The victory ended the 49ers NFL record of scoring in 420 consecutive games.
On Feb. 24, 1998, Seattle signs three-time Pro Bowl center, Kevin Glover.
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Dan McGwire (10) poses in front of his locker in the Seahawks locker room in Seattle, June 1991. (AP Photo/NFL Photos)
KIRO Newsradio 710's Pete Gross, the only play-by-play broadcaster in the Seahawks 17-year history, dies after a four-year battle with cancer.
Seahawks use their second-round choice in the draft to select University of Miami wide receiver Brian Blades.