Receiver Paul Richardson wears "Salute to Service" gloves as he catches warmup passes during pregame.
Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman chats with his former coordinator and current Falcons head coach Dan Quinn and Seahawks special teams coach Brian Schneider on the field during pregame.
Seahawks helmets are lined up on the sideline hours before kickoff of the Monday Night Football game against the visiting Atlanta Falcons.
Sea Gal Kylie stands at attention during the playing of the national anthem.
Members of each branch of the military served as color guard for the Salute to Service game.
Kicker Blair Walsh halts Falcons returner Andre Roberts on the opening kickoff. Walsh slowed Roberts until teammates could assist on the tackle.
Seattle's Tyler Lockett bursts up the middle on a kickoff return in the first quarter.
Seattle's Doug Baldwin tries valiantly to make a leaping catch in the end zone over Atlanta linebacker Deion Jones, but the ball fell incomplete.
Seattle's Dion Jordan and Sheldon Richardson combine to stop an Atlanta ball carrier.
Seattle's K.J. Wright celebrates after making a tackle.
Seattle's J.D. McKissic can't hold on to this pass from Russell Wilson.
Running back J.D. McKissic finds running room in the third quarter.
Pete Carroll and the Seahawks sideline react as they watch Blair Walsh's 52-yard field goal attempt in the final seconds.
Team photographer Rod Mar shares exclusive behind-the-scenes images from the Seahawks' 34-31 loss to the Atlanta Falcons during Week 11 at CenturyLink Field. View
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