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About The Seattle Seahawks
A professional American football team based in Seattle, the Seattle Seahawks are now members of the Western Division of the National Football Conference (NFC) in the National Football League (NFL). Along with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Seahawks joined the NFL in 1976 as expansion teams. They played in the Kingdome in Seattle Washington, from 1976 to 1999.
When the stadium was demolished in early 2000, the club adopted Husky Stadium at the University of Washington as its home field. Since 2002, the Seahawks have been playing their home games at the newly built Qwest Field. The team colors of the Seahawks are blue, green, and silver. The Seahawks are the only team in the NFL that has played in both the American Football Conference (AFC) and NFC Championship games. The Seahawks have a solitary Super Bowl appearance, losing to the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XL in 2005.
In the club’s first NFL season in 1976, quarterback Jim Zorn passed for more than 2,500 yards and was adjudged the league’s top offensive rookie. Jack Patera was named coach of the year in 1978 when he led the Seahawks to their first winning season. The Seahawks brought in former Buffalo Bills and Los Angeles Rams head coach Chuck Knox in 1983 to guide the Seahawks. They earned their maiden trip to the playoffs in 1983, winning their first two games before losing to the then Los Angeles Raiders in the AFC Championship Game.
The Seahawks under Knox collected a club-record 12 victories in 1984 but bowed out in the second round of the playoffs. Largent created an NFL record in 1986 by catching a pass in his 128th consecutive game, and a year later he broke the record for most career receptions. In the process, he went past Charlie Joiner, who had totaled 750.
The Seahawks won their first division crown in 1988 but lost in the first round of the playoffs. Largent bade farewell to the game in 1989 as the most prolific wide receiver in professional football history. He became only the second receiver, after Don Hutson, to own career records in yards (13,089), receptions (819), and touchdowns (100) all at the same time. All three records are now held by Jerry Rice.
In spite of having stars like Brian Blades, Chris Warren and Cortez Kennedy, the Seahawks posted five losing records in seven seasons from 1990 to 1996. After the arrival of new talents like Chad Brown and Shawn Springs, they returned to the playoffs in 1999. In 2005, the Seahawks lost their only Super Bowl to the Pittsburgh Steelers.