Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson set the franchise record for touchdown passes in a season during Sunday's game at the Arizona Cardinals.
The Seattle Seahawks started out as the 27th team in the NFL back in 1976 and 37 years later claimed its first Super Bowl championship. The wait was well worth it.From the start, with defensive tackle Steve Niehaus as the teams first ever draft pick, to playing most of its 1980s glory years with a quarterback from Milton College named Dave Krieg behind center, Seattle has become...
5. Steve Largent’s 100th catch Prior to the 1989 season everybody knew wide receiver Steve Largent was going to the Hall of Fame. The 35 year-old had wanted to retire the year before, but was coaxed back onto the gridiron by a promising Seahawks team – coached by Chuck Knock and quarterbacked by Dave Krieg – and the still-unattained prospect of running down Don Hutson’s career...
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