On this date: Steve Raible becomes "voice" of the Seahawks

Posted Mar 24, 2014

A look at a couple of memorable moments in Seahawks history that occurred on March 24

2004: Steve Raible is named the “voice of the Seahawks” for radio broadcasts of their games, a role he continues to fill. Raible, a wide receiver and second-round draft choice in 1976, had been the team’s radio analyst for 22 years.

2005: Mike Reinfeldt is named vice president of football administration. It is Reinfeldt’s second stint with the club, as he had been senior vice president from 1999-2003. Reinfelt left the Seahawks again in 2007 to become general manager of the Titans.