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Chis Warren Named AFC Offensive Player of the Week
September 25, 1994

Chris Warren earns AFC Offensive Player of the Week honors in a 30-13 win over the visiting Pittsburgh Steelers. Warren rushes for 125 yards and a touchdown, while the Seahawks defense intercepts four passes.

Holmgren Places 10th on NFL's Career Win List
October 26, 2008

With a victory over San Francisco, Mike Holmgren took sole possession of 10th place on the NFL’s career wins list with 172.

Washington State Legislature passes Seahawks Stadium Funding Plan
April 25, 1997

Washington State Legislature passes Seahawks Stadium Funding Plan, Referendum 48. The bill sets a statewide vote for June 17.


Chris Warren tops 100 yards for the seventh time with 122, but the Los Angeles Raiders escape with a 17-16 Kingdome win.


Greg Knapp was hired as Seattle’s offensive coordinator.

Steve Largent Elected into Pro Football Hall of Fame
January 28, 1995

Wide Receiver Steve Largent becomes the first Seahawks player to be elected into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Largent was elected in his first year of eligibility. He played his entire NFL career with Seattle from 1976-89, and retired in possession of six NFL receiving marks, including most receptions (819), yards (13,089), touchdowns (100), and consecutive games with a reception (177). Largent’s presenter for induction is Seahawks’ Vice President Gary Wright.

During the regular season finale against the St. Louis Rams at home, Malcolm Smith did his best LeBron James imitation as he soared into the end zone with his pick-six which gave Seattle a 7-0 lead. Seahawks fans would see this same play and pose again in Super Bowl XLVIII.
Indianapolis Colts back-up quarterback Jim Sorgi is tackled by Seattle Seahawks Grant Wistrom during the second quarter on Dec. 24. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
Seattle's Doug Baldwin fights for yards and Denver's Aqib Talib loses his helmet trying to make the tackle.
The Seahawks celebrating the playoff clinching win over the Chicago Bears on Dec. 13, 1987 at Solider Field.
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson celebrates during the Week 17 game at Arizona, in which he set team records for touchdown passes in a season (34) and passing yards in a season (4,024).
Week 15 brought a trip to New York and a matchup with the New York Giants. Receiver Doug Baldwin playfully threw a snowball at head coach Pete Carroll outside the gym after the team's walk-thru.
Rookie LS Clint Gresham.