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Bryant Sets Club Record
October 23, 2011

Red Bryant blocked two field goal attempts at Cleveland setting a club record for most in a single game

Washington Ties NFL Record
November 25, 2012

Leon Washington tied an NFL  record with his eighth-career kickoff return for a touchdown at Miami.


Mike McCormack named interim head coach after the firing of head coach Jack Patera and general manager John Thompson.


Snow covered Qwest Field as Seattle defeated Green Bay 34-24 on Monday Night Football. Shaun Alexander rushed for 201 yards on a franchise-record 40 carries.

Sam Adams Drafted First Round
April 24, 1994

Texas A&M University defensive tackle Sam Adams is the Seahawks first-round draft choice. Adams is the eighth player picked in the first round.


Named Milt Jackson receivers coach.

Seattle Seahawks' Darrell Jackson (82) grabs a long fourth-quarter pass as Dallas Cowboys' Darren Woodson defends, Sunday, Dec. 16, 2001, in Seattle. The Seahawks scored on the next play and won, 29-3. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
After the missed kick salvaged a win for the Seahawks, cornerback Richard Sherman fell to the frozen turf as he teammates celebrated the narrow 10-9 victory.
When the Seahawks played in the AFC West, the team that they and their fans loved beating the most was the Raiders. It happened four consecutive seasons at the Kingdome, including the games in 1985 and 1986 that the Seahawks won by a combined score of 70-3.
Seahawks fever clearly gripped Seattle's fans, including this man who decided that going shirtless was fashionable for January.
Rookie TE Robert Tyler started 9 games during the 1989 season.
On March 21, 2004 the Seahawks signed LB Lofa Tatupu to a multi-year extension.