Seattle Seahawks


Full NameSeattle Seahawks

Nick NameThe Hawks, The Blue Wave


GroundLumen Field

Team Owner(s)The Paul Allen Trus

Prominent PlayersBobby Wagner, Walter Jones, Cortez Kennedy, Steve Largent


Under the leadership of head coach Jack Patera, the Seattle Seahawks made their NFL debut in 1976. Two years later, in 1978, the Seahawks had their first successful season, and Patera was voted NFL Coach of the Year in 1979. The inaugural season of the Seattle Seahawks in 1976 represented the completion of a search for a National Football League franchise that began in the Pacific Northwest city in 1957. At that time, the idea of building a dome stadium to guarantee the city a major league sports franchise was initially brought up. Seattle received the NFL's 28th franchise on June 4, 1974, to play in the 64,984-seat Kingdome.

The Seahawks currently compete in the NFC West division of the NFL. Till 2001 the Seattle Seahawks used to play in the AFC West Division and remain the only team to have played in both the AFC and NFC Championship games. The team had very successful seasons in the initial stages but failed to make it to the postseason much, during the 1990s. However, since 2003, the Seattle Seahawks have rarely missed a spot at the playoffs with numerous consecutive appearances. The Seattle Seahawks franchise is currently valued at around $4.5 billion.

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Seattle Seahawks Roster 2022-23

Here is a detailed look into the Seattle Seahawks Roster for the 2022-2023 season.

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2Drew LockQB
7Geno SmithQB
31DeeJay DallasRB
25Travis HomerRB
9Kenneth Walker IIIRB
44Nick BelloreFB
11Marquise GoodwinWR
19Penny HartWR
16Tyler LockettWR
14DK MetcalfWR
18Laquon TreadwellWR
83Dareke YoungWR
89Will DisslyTE
87Noah FantTE
84Colby ParkinsonTE
63Austin BlytheC
67Charles CrossOT
74Jake CurhanOT
78Stone ForsytheOT
72Abraham LucasOT
61Kyle FullerOG
60Phil HaynesOG
66Gabe JacksonOG
68Damien LewisOG


91L.J. CollierDE
97Poona FordDE
93Shelby HarrisDE
77Quinton JeffersonDE
95Myles AdamsDT
54Daviyon NixonDT
99Al WoodsNT
55Bruce IrvinOLB
53Boye MafeOLB
10Uchenna NwosuOLB
52Darrell TaylorOLB
57Cody BartonILB
56Jordyn BrooksILB
58Tanner MuseLB
59Jon RhattiganLB
22Tre BrownCB
8Coby BryantCB
21Artie BurnsCB
28Justin ColemanCB
30Mike JacksonCB
39Teez TaborCB
27Tariq WoolenCB
35Joey BlountSAF
6Quandre DiggsFS
24Johnathan AbramSS
26Ryan NealSS


5Jason MyersK
4Michael DicksonP
46Carson TinkerLS

Seattle Seahawks Record- Last 10 Years

SeasonDivision FinishRecordPlayoffs
20214th NFC West7-10-0Did Not Qualify
20201st NFC West12-4-0Lost Wild Card Playoffs
20192nd NFC West11-5-0Lost Divisional Playoffs
20182nd NFC West10-6-0Lost Wild Card Playoffs
20172nd NFC West9-7-0Did Not Qualify
20161st NFC West10-5-1Lost Divisional Playoffs
20152nd NFC West10-6-0Lost Divisional Playoffs
20141st NFC West12-4-0Lost the Super Bowl
20131st NFC West13-3-0Won the Super Bowl
20122nd NFC West11-5-0Lost Divisional Playoffs

Read more to get a detailed look into the Playoff appearance and history of the Seattle Seahawks

Seattle Seahawks Championships

THe Seattle Seahawks currently have 1 Super Bowl win in their arsenal. The Seattle Seahawks have featured in 14 playoffs (between 2003-2021). The Seattle Seahawks had a streak of 5 consecutive playoff appearances twice (2003-2007, 2012-2016). The 2005 season saw the Seahawks advance to a Super Bowl for the first time against the Steelers, and it took them 8 years to return. They defeated the Denver Broncos in the 2013 season for their lone Super Bowl victory.

Since 2010, the Seahawks have enjoyed an outstanding postseason run, with a total of 9 playoff appearances through 2021. During this time, the Seahawks made two trips to the Super Bowl, winning one and losing the other. Currently the Seattle Seahawks have won 11 Divisional Championships and 3 Conference Championships.

Read all about: Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl wins

Popularly Asked Questions

What does the number 12 mean in Seattle?

The number 12 in Seattle is an ode to the Seattle Seahawks’ loyal fans. In football there are 11 men allowed on the field at one time. In December 1984, the fledgling Seattle NFL franchise (at the time just eight years old) retired the number 12 to honor the fans, the symbolic 12th man on the field. The number refers to “the 12th Man,” the nickname for the Seattle Seahawks’ devoted, tenacious and record-breakingly loud fans. The fans are considered as part of the team and an important part that too, urging them to persuade victory.

Where is the Seattle Seahawks Home Stadium?

The current Seattle Seahawks home stadium is the Lumen Field. The Lumen field is also the home field for the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League (NFL), the Seattle Sea Dragons of the XFL, and the Seattle Sounders FC of Major League Soccer (MLS). The field gets incredibly loud at times owing to the fans, which makes it one of the greatest home advantage for the Seahawks to play there.

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Who is the current Seattle Seahawks starting wide receiver?

The current Seattle Seahawks starting wide receiver is Tyler Lockett. He had a great understanding with former quarterback Russell Wilson.

Who was the Seattle Seahawks’ first round pick in the 2022 NFL Draft?

The Seattle Seahawks signed young offensive tackle Charles Cross as the 9th overall draft pick of the 2022 NFL Draft.

Where can I stream Seattle Seahawks’ games?

You can stream any Seattle Seahawks game on the Seattle Seahawks app or the NFL Game Pass app. Saints’ games are also streamed on FOX Sports, or ESPN or CBS.

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