During his Seattle Seahawks career, running back Shaun Alexander was a Make-A-Wish favorite for the wish granting charity.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Ray Butler pulled in this 15-yard touchdown pass from Dave Krieg in the second quarter of Seattle’s 35-13 thumping of the Raiders, October 25, 1987 in the Los Angeles Coliseum.
During the 1980s the Seattle Seahawks 12th Man symbolized the very thing other NFL teams wanted in their stands and all NFL teams dreaded when their teams visited the home of the Seahawks, the Kingdome.
Passionate Seattle fans delivering ear piercing support that has carried on to the present home of the Seahawks, CenturyLink Field.
Seattle Seahawks running back and third selection overall in the 1983 NFL Draft, Curt Warner was off and running on the first play from scrimmage in the September 4, 1983 opening with the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium with a 60 yard run around left end. Warner finished with 90 yards rushing on 12 carries and caught six passes for another 72 yards and one touchdown.
Seattle Seahawks quarterbacks coach, Jim Zorn, cheers during a successful offensive play during the Seahawks 23-20 win over the Buffalo Bills, November 18, 2001 at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Zorn is flanked by wide receiver’s coach Nolan Cromwell and wide receiver Bobby Engram.
Seattle Seahawks General Manager Mike McCormack looks out onto the playing surface at Cleveland Municipal Stadium prior to the 1983 NFL regular season game between the Seahawks and Browns. McCormack, who played nine seasons with the Browns starting both ways on the line, was perhaps reminiscing about the days of championship games and pulling for Jim Brown or blocking Gino Marchetti.
Seattle Seahawks head coach Jack Patera took a moment from the 1979 Seahawks training camp at Eastern Washington University in Cheney to visit with Washington Governor Dixy Lee Ray and Eastern Washington President George Frederickson.
The Seattle Seahawks were introduced to the 2006 season following a 2005 Super Bowl appearance. The Seahawks returned to the ’06 playoffs defeating the Dallas Cowboys 21-20 before losing to the Chicago Bears in the divisional round 27-24 in overtime.
Seattle Seahawks players traditionally tour local hospitals during the holiday “Captain’s Blitz”. During the winter of 1980 Jim Zorn, Steve Largent, Sam Adkins and Steve Raible paid a visit to Children’s Hosptial to the amazement and delight of the young patients.
Former Seattle Seahawks quarterback and 1991 inductee to the Ring of Honor, Jim Zorn joined Mike Holmgren’s coaching staff as quarterback’s coach in 2001 working with Matt Hasselbeck and Trent Dilfer.