2008 Preseason Game 3: Raiders at Seahawks

The Seahawks close out the preseason for the third consecutive season hosting the Oakland Raiders at Qwest Field on Friday, August 29.

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Preseason (2-1)

Day Date Game Time (PT) TV **

Fri. 8/8 at Minnesota W 34-17

Sat. 8/16 Chicago W (ot) 29-26

Mon. 8/25 at San Diego L 18-17

Fri. 8/29 Oakland 7:00 p.m. KING **

Regular Season **

Sun. 9/7 at Buffalo 10:00 a.m. FOX

Sun. 9/14 San Francisco 1:05 p.m. FOX

Sun. 9/21 St. Louis 1:05 p.m. FOX

Sun. 9/28 Bye

Sun. 10/5 at N.Y. Giants 10:00 a.m. FOX

Sun. 10/12 Green Bay 1:15 p.m. FOX

Sun. 10/19 at Tampa Bay 5:15 p.m. NBC

Sun. 10/26 at San Francisco 1:15 p.m. FOX

Sun. 11/2 Philadelphia 1:15 p.m. FOX

Sun. 11/9 at Miami 10:00 a.m. FOX

Sun. 11/16 Arizona *1:05 p.m. FOX

Sun. 11/23 Washington *1:15 p.m. FOX

Thu. 11/27 at Dallas 1:15 p.m. FOX

Sun. 12/7 New England *5:15 p.m. NBC

Sun. 12/14 at St. Louis *10:00 a.m. FOX

Sun. 12/21 N.Y. Jets *1:05 p.m. CBS

Sun. 12/28 at Arizona 1:15 p.m. FOX *Game time subject to NFL Flexible Scheduling* D U L E

Seahawks Close Out Preseason with Home Game Against Raiders

August 26, 2008

**

The Seahawks close out the preseason for the

third consecutive season hosting the Oakland

Raiders at Qwest Field on Friday, August 29. Kickoff

is slated for 7 p.m. and the game will be televised

on KING 5 in Seattle.

The Seahawks are 4-2 all-time against the Raiders in preseason play,

including last year's 19-14 win at Qwest Field in the preseason finale.

Oakland won the first preseason game played between these two teams,

45-28, on September 4, 1976. Seattle won the following preseason's matchup,

12-10, in 1977 in the Kingdome. The teams then split the next two meetings

in Oakland, with Seattle winning 24-19 on August 8, 1996, and dropping a

20-0 decision on August 24, 2000.

There is a long history between the Seahawks and Raiders when both

teams were members of the AFC West from 1977-2001. The Seahawks are

23-27 all-time vs. the Raiders in the regular season. The 50 games played

against the Raiders are the second most against any other team besides the

Denver Broncos whom the Seahawks have faced 51 times.

In the regular season, the Seahawks are 14-10 in games played in

Seattle.

The Seahawks and Raiders have squared off twice in the postseason with

each team winning once. Seattle lost to the Los Angeles Raiders 30-14 in the

1983 AFC Championship Game in the Seahawks first-ever conference title

appearance on January 8, 1984. The following season, Seattle returned the

favor defeating the Raiders 13-7 in the AFC Wild Card Game. Kickoff: Friday, August 29

7:00 p.m. (PT) Records:Seahawks (2-1)

Raiders (1-2) TV:KING 5 (channel 5 in Seattle)

Verne Lundquist (play-by-play)

Warren Moon (commentary) Radio:KIRO (710 am) & KBSG (97.3 fm)

Steve Raible (play-by-play)

Dave Wyman (commentary)

Akemi Takei (sidelines) **

Next Week's **September 7, Seattle at Buffalo, Ralph Wilson Stadium

**

Opponents: **September 8, Oakland vs. Denver, McAfee Coliseum

**

AFC East W L T **

N.Y. Jets 2 1 0

Buffalo 2 1 0

Miami 2 1 0

New England 0 3 0 **

AFC North W L T **

Pittsburgh 2 1 0

Baltimore 1 2 0

Cincinnati 1 2 0

Cleveland 0 3 0 **

AFC South W L T **

Houston 2 1 0

Tennessee 2 1 0

Jacksonville 2 1 0

Indianapolis 1 3 0 **

AFC West W L T **

San Diego 2 1 0

Kansas City 1 2 0

Oakland 1 2 0

Denver 1 2 0

NFC East W L T

Washington 3 1 0

NFC North W L TDetroit 3 0 0

NFC West W L T San Francisco 2 1 0

Seattle 2 1 0

Arizona 2 1 0

St. Louis 2 1 0 Please note new Seahawks contact information for the Communications

Department on page two and Virginia Mason Athletic Center information on

page 10.

Directions to VMAC from Sea-Tac Airport

Take 405 North

In Kirkland:

La Quinta Inn & Suites 425/828-6585

Courtyard by Marriott 425/602-3200

In Bellevue: Courtyard by Marriott 425/454-5888

Sheraton 425/455-3330

Hyatt Regency 425/462-1234

Westin 425/638-1000 **

In Renton: **

GuestHouse Inn & Suites 800/214-8378

Dave Pearson, VP/Communications & Broadcasting

425/203-8018 (o)

Lane Gammel, Director of Communications

425/203-8020 (o)

425/531-1074 (c)

Rich Gonzales, Communications Manager

425/203-8022 (o)

425/531-1075 (c)

Jeff Garza, Communications Assistant

425/203-8021 (o)

206/255-4661 (c)

Julie Barber, Media Services Coordinator

425/203-8019 (o)

Brian O'Connell, Assistant Director of Broadcasting

425/203-8017 (o)

425/531-0990 (c)

Matt Johnson, Executive Producer/Seahawks Radio Network

425/203-8016 (o)

425/591-6791 (c)

Mary Beth King, Intern

425/203-8028 (o)

Matt Richner, Intern

425/203-8029 (o)

PR Fax 425/203-8027 **

Seahawks vs. Raiders August 29, 2008 7:00 p.m. PT

Tues, Aug 26 - **Roster cutdown to maximum of 75 players

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Sat, Aug 30 **- Roster cutdown to maximum of 53 players

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Sun, Aug 31 **- Clubs may establish practice squad of 8 players

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Tuesday, August 26

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Players Day Off **

Wednesday, August 27 **

1:30 p.m. Practice

Holmgren, players available after practice **

Thursday, August 28 **

10:30 a.m. Practice (closed)

No player availability **

Friday, August 29 **

7:00 p.m. Seahawks vs. Raiders

Qwest Field **

Saturday, August 30 **

Players Day Off **

Sunday, August 31 **

To be determined **

Monday, September 1 **

To be determined Located inside Qwest Field, the Seahawks Pro Shop features

official sideline product and best selection of Seahawks merchandise

available.

During the season, fans are encouraged to come meet their

favorite player at weekly autograph sessions every Tuesday.

Sessions are from 6-7 p.m. with a two-item autograph limit per person.

The schedule is as follows:

Sept.

9 Deon Grant

16 Nate Burleson

23 Leroy Hill

30 Seneca Wallace

Oct.

7 Richard Sherman

14 Jordan Babineaux

21 Doug Baldwin

28 Leonard Weaver

The Seahawks reached the league-mandated 75-player roster

limit by releasing two players, placing one on the physically unable

to perform list and two on injured reserve, thus ending their season.

The team must cut its roster by 22 players on Saturday, August

30 to reach the 53-man active roster. **

Player Transactions on August 26 Released **WR Joel Filani

CB Omare Lowe **

Placed on PUP **LB Will Herring

Placed on IRT William Robinson

LS Tyler Schmitt **

1976 (1-5)

**

8/1 L 27-20 San Francisco 49ers

8/7 L 27-16 Chicago Bears

(Spokane, Washington)

8/14 L 16-13 Los Angeles Rams

8/21 L 52-7 at Denver Broncos

8/29 W 17-16 San Diego Chargers

9/4 L 45-28 at Oakland Raiders **

1977 (3-3) **

8/7 W 34-24 at San Francisco 49ers

8/13 W 23-17 (ot) Dallas Cowboys

8/18 W 12-10 Oakland Raiders

8/27 L 16-14 Detroit Lions

9/2 L 27-10 Denver Broncos

9/11 L 38-20 at San Diego Chargers **

1978 (3-1) **

8/4 W 17-9 San Diego Chargers

8/12 W 20-6 at San Francisco 49ers

8/17 L 26-7 Los Angeles Rams

8/24 W 16-7 Chicago Bears **

1979 (3-1) **

8/2 W 12-9 (ot) Minnesota Vikings

8/12 W 27-17 Dallas Cowboys

8/18 L 21-17 at Los Angeles Rams

8/24 W 55-20 San Francisco 49ers **

1980 (3-1) **

8/7 W 14-10 Atlanta Falcons

8/18 L 24-7 Miami Dolphins

8/23 W 10-7 at San Francisco 49ers

8/29 W 30-23 New England Patriots **

1981 (1-3) **

8/5 L 27-24 (ot) San Francisco 49ers

8/14 L 30-21 St. Louis Cardinals

8/22 L 24-17 at San Francisco 49ers

8/28 W 31-17 Baltimore Colts **

1982 (1-3) **

8/13 W 14-0 St. Louis Cardinals

8/21 L 7-3 at Minnesota Vikings

8/28 L 23-13 at Los Angeles Rams

9/3 L 17-13 San Francisco 49ers **

1983 (2-2) **

8/5 L 10-7 at Denver Broncos

8/12 W 38-21 Green Bay Packers

8/19 L 19-17 Minnesota Vikings

8/27 W 20-6 at San Francisco 49ers **

1984 (4-1) **

7/28 W 38-0 Tampa Bay Bucs

(Hall of Fame Game, Canton, Ohio)

8/4 W 7-3 Buffalo Bills

8/11 W 28-24 at Detroit Lions

8/17 W 17-7 St. Louis Cardinals

8/24 L 17-7 at San Francisco 49ers **

1985 (2-2) **

8/10 L 19-7 at Indianapolis Colts

8/16 W 28-3 Detroit Lions

8/24 W 27-10 at Minnesota Vikings

8/30 L 23-21 San Francisco 49ers **

1986 (2-2) **

8/8 W 21-14 Indianapolis Colts

8/15 L 30-27 (ot) at Detroit Lions

8/22 W 27-17 Minnesota Vikings

8/29 L 21-10 at San Francisco 49ers **

1987 (2-2) **

8/13 L 23-14 at Los Angeles Rams

8/22 L 28-21 at St. Louis Cardinals

8/28 W 38-10 Detroit Lions

9/4 W 34-10 San Francisco 49ers **

1988 (3-1) **

8/4 W 21-14 Phoenix Cardinals

8/11 W 16-13 (ot) at Detroit Lions

8/19 W 30-13 Buffalo Bills

8/26 L 27-21 at San Francisco 49ers **

1989 (3-1) **

8/11 W 16-10 (ot) at Phoenix Cardinals

8/19 L 17-12 New England Patriots

(at St. Louis, Missouri)

8/25 W 13-7 Detroit Lions

9/1 W 28-17 San Francisco 49ers **

1990 (4-1) **

8/4 L 10-7 Denver Broncos

(American Bowl, Tokyo, Japan)

8/11 W 34-9 at Phoenix Cardinals

8/17 W 13-10 Indianapolis Colts

8/24 W 10-3 Tampa Bay Bucs

8/31 W 30-10 at San Francisco 49ers **

1991

Preseason (2-2) **

8/3 L 31-13 Phoenix Cardinals

8/10 W 17-7 at Indianapolis Colts

8/17 W 23-7 at Los Angeles Rams

8/23 L 28-16 San Francisco 49ers **

1992 (2-2) **

8/6 L 21-7 Los Angeles Rams

8/15 W 27-10 at Indianapolis Colts

8/22 W 17-10 Phoenix Cardinals

8/29 L 24-17 at San Francisco 49ers **

1993 (2-2) **

8/7 L 16-13 (ot) Indianapolis Colts

8/14 L 23-10 at Minnesota Vikings

8/21 W 30-0 San Francisco 49ers

8/28 W 20-10 at Houston Oilers **

1994 (2-2) **

8/5 L 13-9 at Indianapolis Colts

8/13 W 29-6 Tampa Bay Bucs

8/20 W 30-19 *Minnesota Vikings

8/26 L 13-9 at San Francisco 49ers **

1995 (2-2) **

8/5 W 34-20 St. Louis Rams

8/12 L 20-17 Indianapolis Colts

8/20 W 24-19 at New Orleans Saints

8/26 L 17-7 at San Francisco 49ers **

1996 (3-1) **

8/3 W 19-17 Atlanta Falcons

8/8 W 24-19 at Oakland Raiders

8/17 L 15-13 at Indianapolis Colts

8/23 W 20-3 San Francisco 49ers **

1997 (3-2) **

7/26 L 28-26 Minnesota Vikings

(Hall of Fame Game, Canton, Ohio)

8/2 W 34-6 Arizona Cardinals

8/9 L 21-17 at San Francisco 49ers

8/16 W 45-3 Indianapolis Colts

8/22 W 31-28 at Cincinnati Bengals **

1998 (4-1) **

7/31 W 20-19 at Dallas Cowboys

8/8 W 24-21 Indianapolis Colts

8/15 L 24-21 San Francisco 49ers

(American Bowl, Vancouver, B.C.)

8/22 W 31-24 at Arizona Cardinals

8/28 W 21-20 San Francisco 49ers **

1999 (1-3) **

8/14 L 24-10 Buffalo Bills

8/19 L 24-23 at San Francisco 49ers

8/28 W 41-7 Arizona Cardinals

9/2 L 31-28 at Indianapolis Colts **

2000 (2-2) **

8/5 W 28-16 *Indianapolis Colts

8/12 L 21-3 at Arizona Cardinals

8/19 W 25-21 *San Francisco 49ers

8/24 L 20-0 at Oakland Raiders **

2001 (2-2) **

8/11 L 28-21 at Indianapolis Colts

8/18 L 16-13 (ot) *Arizona Cardinals

8/25 W 28-18 at San Francisco 49ers

9/1 W 28-14 New Orleans Saints *

2002 (1-3) **

8/10 L 28-10 Indianapolis Colts

8/16 L 24-14 at San Diego Chargers

8/24 W 17-14 Kansas City Chiefs

8/29 L 31-0 at Denver Broncos **

2003 (2-2) **

8/9 W 20-7 San Diego Chargers

8/15 L 21-7 at Indianapolis Colts

8/23 W 42-31 Kansas City Chiefs

8/29 L 20-3 at Denver Broncos **

2004 (3-1) **

8/16 W 21-3 at Green Bay Packers

8/21 L 19-3 Denver Broncos

8/27 W 26-20 at San Diego Chargers

9/2 W 23-21 Minnesota Vikings **

2005 (2-2) **

8/12 W 34-15 at New Orleans Saints

8/22 L 18-10 Dallas Cowboys

8/26 W 23-17 at Kansas City Chiefs

9/2 L 23-21 Minnesota Vikings **

2006 (2-2) **

8/12 L 13-3 Dallas Cowboys

8/20 W 30-17 at Indianapolis Colts

8/26 L 31-20 at San Diego Chargers

8/31 W 30-7 Oakland Raiders **

2007 (3-1) **

8/12 W 24-16 at San Diego Chargers

8/18 L 48-13 at Green Bay Packers

8/25 W 30-13 Minnesota Vikings

8/30 W 19-14 Oakland Raiders **

2008 (2-1) **

8/8 W 34-17 at Minnesota Vikings

8/16 W 29-26 (ot) Chicago Bears

8/25 L 18-17 at San Diego Chargers

8/29 Oakland Raiders

Husky Stadium *

Seahawks vs. Raiders August 29, 2008 7:00 p.m. PT **Since week 16 of the 2002 season, the Seahawks have used

the home crowd to their advantage. During that span, Seattle is

34-7 at Qwest Field, the second-best regular-season home record

during that span. Seattle had a club-record 12-game home win

streak that was snapped with a loss to the Vikings (10/22/06).

Beginning in 2001, when the Seahawks posted a 6-2 record

at Husky Stadium, Seattle's .750 winning percentage at home is

second-best in the NFL. **

Home Record Since Week 16 of 2002 Season

Team Record Win Pct. **

New England 35-7 .833 **

Seattle 34-7 .829 **

Indianapolis 34-8 .810

Pittsburgh 30-11 .732

Baltimore 30-11 .732

Denver 30-11 .732

Kansas City 28-13 .683 **

Best Home Records Since 2001 Season

Team Record Win Pct. **

New England 45-11-0 .804 **

Seattle 42-14-0 .750 **

Pittsburgh 41-14-1 .741

Indianapolis 41-15-0 .732

Baltimore 40-16-0 .714

Denver 40-16-0 .714

Kansas City 36-20-0 .643 Teams around the league know that a sure way to secure a

playoff berth is to win your division, and the first step is to win division

games, especially at home. Since 2001, Seattle's 18-4 home

record in divisional play is tied for first in the NFL with former AFC

West foe Denver and the AFC East's Patriots. **

Best Divisional Home Records since 2001 Season

Team Record Win Pct.

Seattle 18-4 .818 **

Denver 18-4 .818

New England 18-4 .818

Indianapolis 16-6 .727

Kansas City 16-6 .727

Minnesota 16-6 .727 Seahawks fans have become known as the loudest in the NFL

and are proud of the role they play in helping the team win on the

field. In 2005, Seattle led the NFL in opponent false start penalties

at Qwest Field with 24, including 11 versus the N.Y. Giants. In

2006, Seattle once again led the NFL in that category with 26 in

their eight home games and posted 18 in 2007. Seattle's total of

68, is tops in the NFL. **

Opponent False Start Penalties at Home (2005-current)

Games Penalties Average

Seahawks (Qwest Field) 24 68 2.83 **

Vikings (Metrodome) 24 57 2.38

Broncos (Invesco Field) 24 48 2.00

Giants (Giants Stadium) 24 47 1.96

Bears, Rams, Titans tied at 24 46 1.92 After leading the NFL in sacks with 50 during their Super Bowl

XL run, the Seahawks ended up fifth with 41 in 2006 and fourth last

season with 45. Opponents do not know where to expect the pressure

from. Eleven different players contributed to last year's total

with 29.5 from the defensive line, 13.5 from linebackers, and 2.0

from the defensive backs. Patrick Kerney led the NFC (2nd NFL)

with 14.5 sacks while Julian Peterson ranked tied for 10th in the

NFC with 9.5.

Since the beginning of 2005, only San Diego has registered

more sacks than Seattle. **

Most Sacks in NFL Since Start of 2005 **

149 San Diego **

136 Seattle **

134 Baltimore

126 Miami

126 N.Y. Giants

124 New England The Seahawks boast the NFC's best record since the beginning

of the 2003 season and are the only team in the NFC with winning

records each of the last five seasons. **

Team Record 2003-current Pct.

Seattle 51-29 .638 **

Philadelphia 49-31 .613

Dallas 47-33 .588

Carolina 44-36 .550

Chicago 43-37 .538 **

2008: **Brian Russell

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2007: **Brian Russell

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FS

2008: **Kelly Jennings

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2007: **Kelly Jennings

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RCB

2008: **Deon Grant

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2007: **Deon Grant

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SS

2008: **Marcus Trufant

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2007: **Marcus Trufant

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LCB

2008: **Leroy Hill

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2007: **Leroy Hill

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OLB

2008: **Bobby Wagner

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2007: **Lofa Tatupu

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MLB

2008: **Julian Peterson

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2007: **Julian Peterson

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OLB

2008: **Darryl Tapp

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2007: **Darryl Tapp

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RDE

2008: **Rocky Bernard

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2007: **Rocky Bernard

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RDT

2008: **Brandon Mebane

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2007: **Brandon Mebane

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LDT

2008: **Patrick Kerney

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2007: **Patrick Kerney

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LDE **

President & General Manager Tim Ruskell has put his handprint

on the defensive side of the ball since his arrival in 2005. He

drafted linebackers Lofa Tatupu and Leroy Hill in 2005, CB Kelly

Jennings, DE Darryl Tapp in 2006, DT Brandon Mebane in 2007

and added LB Julian Peterson, DE Patrick Kerney and safeties

Deon Grant and Brian Russell via free agency since 2006. In all,

Seattle's 2007 defense boasted seven new starters at different

positions.

So far this preseason, it marks the first time in franchise history

that the team returns all 11 defensive starters that ended the previous

season in that role.

Since taking over as head man in 2005, Ruskell has acquired

nine defensive starters and a projected seven offensive starters via

draft, free agency or trade that will take the field in 2008. **

Seahawks vs. Raiders August 29, 2008 7:00 p.m. PT **The Seahawks clinched their fourth consecutive division title in

2007, good for the third-longest active streak in the league. The

Indianapolis Colts and the New England Patriots have won their

respective divisions the previous five seasons, tying for the league

lead.

If the Seahawks win it this year, it will be the first time an NFC

West team won five straight since San Francisco from 1986-90. **

Longest Current Division Title Streaks

No. Team Division Years **

5 New England AFC East 2003-07

5 Indianapolis AFC South 2003-07 **

4 Seattle NFC West 2004-07 **During his time with Green Bay and Seattle, Mike Holmgren

has enjoyed hosting teams on the frozen tundra of Lambeau Field

and the raucous confines of Qwest Field. His 99-29 (.773) regular

season home record winning percentage in his 17 years as head

coach ranks tied for second all-time in NFL history. He has also

posted perfect 8-0 home records four times (1996, 1997, 2003,

2005). **

All-Time Best Head Coaching Home Records-Regular Season **

John Madden 57-12-2 .821 **

Mike Holmgren 99-29-0 .773 **

Vince Lombardi 51-15-2 .773 Since the 2005 season, Seattle has held the ball for more than

30 minutes in 24 of its 48 games, posting a 21-3 record in that span

while tying for the NFC lead with a .875 winning percentage.

Seattle has outscored opponents by 328 points, 685-357. **

Record When Holding the Ball 30+ Minutes Since 2005

Team Record Win Pct. **

New England 26-1 .963 **

Seattle 21-3 .875 **

Carolina 21-3 .875

San Diego 22-4 .846

Indianapolis 20-4 .833 Mike Holmgren-coached teams have traditionally been one of

the least penalized in the NFL. Since Holmgren took over in 1999,

only the New York Jets have been penalized less than the

Seahawks. Since the beginning of 2004, Seattle ranks second with

the fewest in the NFL.

Facing Baltimore in Week 16 last season, Seattle was not

penalized for the third time in team history, second under

Holmgren. **

Least Penalized Teams Since the Start of 1999

Team Total Penalties Games Penalties/Game **

N.Y. Jets 695 144 4.83 **

Seattle 770 144 5.35 **

Indianapolis 782 144 5.43

Pittsburgh 834 144 5.79

Denver 856 144 5.94 **

Least Penalized Teams Since the Start of 2004

Team Total Penalties Games Penalties/Game **

N.Y. Jets 322 64 5.03 **

Seattle 326 64 5.09 **

Denver 347 64 5.42

Pittsburgh 347 64 5.42

Indianapolis 353 64 5.52 With the Seahawks trip to Super Bowl XL and recent NFC

West crowns, Seattle's fans do not want to miss out on seeing their

team in action. Since Qwest Field opened in 2002, all but one

game has sold out, giving the team 52 consecutive sell outs,

including playoffs. Just before every kickoff at Qwest Field, fans turn their attention

to the 300 level of the south endzone with anticipation to see

who is going to raise the team's signature 12 flag and turn Qwest

Field in to a frenzy. From former Seahawks greats, to local celebrities

and sports personalities, the flag has become a love affair for

Seahawks supporters all over the Northwest and the spirit of community

that the organization and fans share. Who will raise it next? **

2007 Flag Raisers **

Tampa Bay - Mama Blue Chicago - Jerry Cantrell (Alice in Chains)

Cincinnati - Olympian Apolo Ohno Arizona - Deadliest Catch's

New Orleans - FB Mack Strong Sig Hansen

St. Louis - Mariners CF Ichiro Suzuki Baltimore - Former C Robbie Tobeck

San Francisco - Actor Drew Carey Washington - Former Mariners

Chicago - Matt Cameron (Pearl Jam) Pitcher Jamie Moyer **

G E T T I N G A H E A D E A R L Y

**

Since 2005, the Seahawks have protected early leads and

parlayed that to an 18-5 record when scoring first. On the flipside,

the team has overcome early deficits more often than not and have

posted a 14-11 record when falling behind early. **

Seattle's Record When... **

Scoring first... 18-5

Scoring a touchdown first... 14-3

Scoring a field goal first... 4-2

Opponent scores first... 14-11

Opponent scores a touchdown first... 7-4

Opponent scores a field goal first... 7-7 **

Seahawks vs. Raiders August 29, 2008 7:00 p.m. PT

B I G B O P

**

Mike Holmgren enters his tenth season as head coach of the

Seattle Seahawks after guiding the club to its fourth straight NFC

West title in 2007 and the club's fifth consecutive postseason

appearance. His clubs have posted winning records seven of his

nine seasons, including five division titles after winning the AFC

West in 1999, his first season with the team and a club-record 13

wins in 2005. He announced on January 22, 2008, that this season

will be his last in Seattle.

The league's winningest active head coach, Holmgren is tied

(Philadelphia's Andy Reid) as the third longest-tenured head coach

with the same club behind Tennessee's Jeff Fisher and Denver's

Mike Shanahan (14 years). His 170-110 (.607) career head coaching

record trails Hall of Famer Joe Gibbs' 171-101 record for tenth

place in NFL history.

As the longest-tenured coach in club history, he passed Chuck

Knox last season for most career Seattle victories. He is currently

86-68 (.558) while Knox compiled an 83-67 record in his nine years

at the helm. He is the only coach in NFL history to record 75 or

more wins with two franchises (Green Bay).

Holmgren originally joined the Seahawks as Executive Vice

President/General Manager & Head Coach on January 9, 1999.

Following the 2002 season, Holmgren decided to focus exclusively

on coaching and relinquished his duties as general manager.

Since 2003, the Seahawks 51-29 record (.638) is the best in

the NFC and are the only team in the NFC with a winning record

each of the last five seasons. Seattle has posted five consecutive

winning seasons for the first time in club history. **

Active Coaches with 100 Career Victories

(Including Playoffs)

Wins Coach Teams

170 Mike Holmgren Green Bay, Seattle **

146 Mike Shanahan L.A. Raiders, Denver

142 Bill Belichick Cleveland, New England

136 Tony Dungy Tampa Bay, Indianapolis

120 Jeff Fisher Tennessee

111 Tom Coughlin Jacksonville, N.Y. Giants **

Holmgren's Regular Season Record

Year Team Home Road Record Div. Finish **

1992 Green Bay 6-2 3-5 9-7 2nd

1993 Green Bay* 6-2 3-5 9-7 3rd

1994 Green Bay* 7-1 2-6 9-7 2nd

1995 Green Bay* 7-1 4-4 11-5 1st

1996 Green Bay* 8-0 5-3 13-3 1st

1997 Green Bay* 8-0 5-3 13-3 1st

1998 Green Bay* 7-1 4-4 11-5 2nd

1999 Seattle* 5-3 4-4 9-7 1st

2000 Seattle 3-5 3-5 6-10 4th

2001 Seattle 6-2 3-5 9-7 2nd

2002 Seattle 3-5 4-4 7-9 3rd

2003 Seattle* 8-0 2-6 10-6 2nd

2004 Seattle* 5-3 4-4 9-7 1st

2005 Seattle* 8-0 5-3 13-3 1st

2006 Seattle* 5-3 4-4 9-7 1st

2007 Seattle* 7-1 3-5 10-6 1st

2008 Seattle **

Career 99-29 58-70 157-99 **

Playoffs *

Holmgren is in Range of Catching...

Regular Season Postseason Career

W L T Pct. W L Pct. W L T Pct. **

  1. Chuck Knox 186 147 1 .558 7 11 .389 193 158 1 .550
  1. Bill Parcells 172 130 1 .568 11 8 .579 183 138 1 .568
  1. Joe Gibbs 154 94 0 .621 17 7 .708 171 101 0 .629
  1. Paul Brown 166 100 6 .624 4 8 .333 170 108 6 .612 **

Mike Holmgren157 99 0 .613 13 11 .542 170 110 0 .607 **

  1. Bud Grant 158 96 5 .621 10 12 .455 168 108 5 .608 **

Seahawks All-Time Coaching Records

Regular Season Postseason

W L T Pct. W L Pct. **

1976-82* Jack Patera 35 59 0 .372 - - -

1982 Mike McCormack 4 3 0 .571 - - -

1983-91 Chuck Knox 80 63 0 .559 3 4 .429

1992-94 Tom Flores 14 34 0 .291 - - -

1995-98 Dennis Erickson 31 33 0 .484 - - -

1999- Mike Holmgren 82 62 0 .569 4 6 .400

*Patera was replaced by McCormack after 2 games of the 1982

season. **

AFC Regular Season Postseason Total **

Baltimore Ravens 2-1 --- 2-1

Buffalo Bills 3-3 --- 3-3

Cincinnati Bengals 5-1 --- 5-1

Cleveland Browns 3-2 --- 3-2

Denver Broncos 5-5 0-1 5-6

Houston Texans 1-0 --- 1-0

Indianapolis Colts 1-2 --- 1-2

Jacksonville Jaguars 3-1 --- 3-1

Kansas City Chiefs 4-6 --- 4-6

Miami Dolphins 2-3 0-1 2-4

New England Patriots 1-2 1-0 2-2

New York Jets 1-2 --- 1-2

Oakland/L.A. Raiders 5-4 --- 5-4

Pittsburgh Steelers 4-2 0-1 4-3

San Diego Chargers 7-3 --- 7-3

Tennessee/Houston 3-0 --- 4-0 **

NFC **

Arizona Cardinals 8-4 --- 8-4

Atlanta Falcons 5-2 1-0 6-2

Carolina Panthers 3-2 2-0 5-2

Chicago Bears 15-3 0-1 15-4

Dallas Cowboys 4-5 1-3 5-8

Detroit Lions 11-6 2-0 13-6

Green Bay Packers 2-2 0-2 2-4

Minnesota Vikings 7-11 --- 7-11

New Orleans Saints 5-1 --- 5-1

New York Giants 4-3 --- 4-3

Philadelphia Eagles 5-5 --- 5-5

St. Louis/L.A. Rams 13-6 0-1 13-7

San Francisco 49ers 10-4 3-1 13-5

Seattle Seahawks 1-0 --- 1-0

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 14-4 1-0 15-4

Washington Redskins 0-4 2-0 2-4 **

Career Totals 157-99 13-11 170-110 H O L M G R E N V S . T H E N F L

2 0 0 7 H O R R I G A N A W A R D W I N N E R

**

Voted on by the Professional Football Writers of America, this

award is given to the person (not a player or team media relations

member) who helped the media best do its job last season. **

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M A T T H A S S E L B E C K

C O M E B A C K M A T T A N D T H E R A T I N G S A R E I N

**

Since joining the Seahawks in 2001, Matt Hasselbeck has led

the Seahawks to victory 18 times in his 96 regular season starts for

the Seahawks when tied or trailing in the fourth quarter, and also

has two postseason comebacks. **

Date Game Situation Result Outcome **

9/9/01 @ Cleveland Tied 6-6 in 4th FG at :03 W 9-6

12/2/01 San Diego 10-10 end of 4th FG in OT W 13-10

10/27/02 @ Dallas 14-14 in 4th^ FG at :25 W 17-14

12/15/02 @ Atlanta 24-24 end of 4th TD in OT W 30-24

12/29/02 @ San Diego 28-28 end of 4th* FG in OT W 31-28

9/21/03 St. Louis Down 23-10 in 4th 2 4th Qtr. TD Passes W 24-23

10/12/03 San Francisco Down 19-17 in 4th FG at 3:04 W 20-19

10/19/03 Chicago Tied 17-17 in 4th TD at :58 W 24-17

10/23/05 Dallas Down 10-3 in 4th TD pass at :40 W 13-10

FG at :00

11/27/05 N.Y. Giants 21-21 end of 4th FG in OT W 24-21

12/18/05 @ Tennessee Down 24-21 in 4th TD pass at 8:59 W 28-24

9/10/06 @ Detroit Tied 6-6 in 4th FG at :00 W 9-6

10/15/06 @ St. Louis Down 28-27 in 4th FG at :00 W 30-28

11/12/06 St. Louis Down 22-21 in 4th FG at :09 W 24-22

11/27/06 Green Bay Down 21-19 in 4th 2 4th Qtr. TD Passes W 34-24

12/3/06 @ Denver Tied 20-20 in 4th FG at :05 W 23-20

1/6/07 Dallas+ Down 20-15 in 4th TD pass at 4:24 W 21-20

9/23/07 Cincinnati Down 21-17 in 4th TD pass at 1:00 W 24-21

11/25/07 @ St. Louis Down 19-17 in 4th TD at 5:57 W 24-19

1/5/08 Washington+ Down 14-13 in 4th TD at 6:06 W 35-14

^Relief effort in place of Trent Dilfer (Achilles).

*Hasselbeck ties game with 1-yd. touchdown run with :01 remaining.

+NFC Wild Card Game

Since 2005, Matt Hasselbeck leads the NFL with a 97.7 passer

rating in the closing 2:00 of each half. He added to those numbers

vs. Cincy (9/23) going 2-for-3 for 31 yards and the game-winning

touchdown pass to Nate Burleson with 1:00 left.

During his time in Seattle, Hasselbeck has thown just seven

interceptions inside the red zone since the start of 2001. In that

same span, he's passed for 91 touchdowns inside the red zone. **

Highest Passer Rating, Last 2:00 of Each Half Since 2005

Att Comp Yds Pct TD Int Rate

Hasselbeck (Sea) 185 107 1,384 57.8 14 4 97.7 **

Brees (NO) 227 145 1,763 63.9 16 8 96.5

Palmer (Cin) 199 133 1,353 66.8 13 7 93.2 **

H O M E S W E E T H O M E

**

Matt Hasselbeck has enjoyed success in the comforts of

Qwest Field since moving into the new stadium in 2002. In fact,

since the final three home games of 2002, Hasselbeck has led the

team to a 31-8 record in games he has started and posted a 91.4

passer rating. He's thrown nearly twice as many touchdowns (71)

as interceptions (37) and has only had a passer rating lower than

80 10 times. **

Hasselbeck is 31-8 in Starts at Qwest Field

Att Comp Yds Pct TD Int Rate **

Hasselbeck 1,253 783 9,148 62.5 71 37 91.2 **

H A S S E L B E C K V S . T H E N F L *

Team Games Att Comp Yds Pct TD Int LG Sack Rate **

Arizona 10 290 171 2,222 59.0 15 7 66t 14/71 90.3

Atlanta 4 114 78 917 68.4 6 1 41 10/48 106.5

Baltimore 2 68 41 532 60.3 7 2 80t 8/50 107.0

Buffalo 2 61 35 319 57.4 2 1 23 2/10 75.8

Carolina 2 71 48 475 67.6 2 1 25 4/41 89.8

Chicago 3 106 65 748 61.3 3 3 59 9/68 80.2

Cincinnati 2 80 50 592 62.5 6 5 46t 4/16 84.0

Cleveland 3 116 76 824 65.5 5 4 34 6/42 86.3

Dallas 3 107 64 790 54.5 4 2 35 4/36 87.4

Denver 3 101 55 591 54.4 1 5 39 11/69 54.5

Detroit 2 58 46 417 79.3 1 0 36 5/37 102.4

Green Bay 3 83 46 458 61.7 3 4 27 4/27 63.2

Houston 1 20 14 168 70.0 1 1 27 3/29 91.3

Indianapolis 1 21 17 168 81.0 2 0 17 2/9 131.7

Jacksonville 1 36 21 246 58.3 2 2 33t 3/21 74.5

Kansas City 2 62 41 524 66.1 4 0 44 4/31 113.9

Miami 1 28 16 230 57.1 2 0 64 4/24 107.7

Minnesota 3 85 47 679 55.3 4 4 72t 8/48 77.5

New England 1 50 27 349 54.0 0 2 37 3/8 59.5

New Orleans 3 95 57 745 60.0 5 2 38 8/47 93.5

N.Y. Giants 3 96 60 661 62.5 8 5 42 6/45 88.9

N.Y. Jets 1 30 22 201 73.3 2 1 20 4/14 99.4

Oakland 3 83 52 503 62.7 3 1 31 10/47 86.6

Philadelphia 4 118 60 570 50.8 5 4 43t 13/80 64.6

Pittsburgh 2 58 31 331 53.4 1 1 43 7/35 69.0

St. Louis 10 353 200 2,264 56.7 15 7 56t 23/160 81.9

San Diego 3 125 72 840 57.6 2 4 49 11/59 70.1

San Francisco 10 341 219 2,726 64.2 21 10 60 17/81 97.2

Seattle - - - - - - - - - -

Tampa Bay 3 79 46 485 58.2 3 1 49 8/45 83.6

Tennessee 1 27 21 285 77.8 3 0 56 1/9 147.7

Washington 4 123 79 874 64.2 2 3 49 10/68 80.5 **

Totals 96 3,083 1,877 22,034 60.9 140 84 80t 226/1,375 86.4 **

Only Games Started *

5 0 W I N S

**

Matt Hasselbeck joined Dave Krieg as the second Seattle

quarterback to win 50 games in the Seahawks 23-3 win at San

Francisco (9/30). It took Hasselbeck 84 games to Krieg's 80 to

accomplish the feat. **

Seattle's All-Time Winningest QBs **

Dave Krieg 70-49 .588 **

Matt Hasselbeck 57-39 .594 **

Jim Zorn 40-60 .400 **

E F F I C I E N T L Y E F F I C I E N T

**

Matt Hasselbeck holds three of the club's top four passing

days in terms of completion percentage. **

Seahawks Top Four Games - Completion %

% Player Att. Comp. Game **

86.36 Dave Krieg 22 19 vs. Denver (12/11/88) **

84.00 Matt Hasselbeck 25 21 vs. Arizona (11/6/05)

83.33 Matt Hasselbeck 30 25 at Detroit (9/10/06)

80.95 Matt Hasselbeck 21 17 vs. Indy (12/24/05)

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M A N I N T H E M I D D L E

**

Since being drafted in 2005, three-time Pro Bowler Lofa

Tatupu has become a mainstay in the middle. Not since Dean

Wells started the 1995-98 seasons have the Seahawks had a player

open consecutive seasons at the position. He has led the team

in tackles in each of his three seasons, including a career-high 123

in 2006.

Tatupu, named AP first-team All-Pro in 2007, tied (Kenny

Easley, Eugene Robinson, Darryl Williams, Marcus Trufant) the

club-record with three interceptions and led the team with 11 solo

stops at Philadelphia (12/2) last season. He was named NFC

Defensive Player of the Week 13, his first player of the week honor. **

Seahawks Starting Middle LBs Since 1999

GS Tackles **

2007 Lofa Tatupu 16 109

2006 Lofa Tatupu 16 123

2005 Lofa Tatupu 16 105

2004 Orlando Huff 14 51

2003 Randall Godfrey 14 59

2002 Isaiah Kacyvenski 9 71

2001 Levon Kirkland 16 101

2000 George Koonce 16 97

1999 Anthony Simmons 16 90 **

B E A S Y

**

For wide receiver Bobby Engram, finding holes in the opponent's

secondary has become easy for the 13-year veteran from

Penn State, and Seahawks quarterbacks have looked to #84 in key

situations for first-down yardage.

Since 2001, he has 352 catches for 4,370 yards and 18 touchdowns

with Seattle. Of those 352 catches, 240 have been converted

for first downs (68.2%). At Carolina (12/16/07), he set a careerhigh

and became the sixth Seattle receiver to record a 1,000-yard

season. A week later vs. Baltimore he set Seattle's single-season

catch mark and finished with a career-high 94.

He currently ranks fifth in Seattle history in receptions, yards

and seventh in receiving touchdowns. For his career, he has 598

catches for 7,201 yards and 35 touchdowns. He set a career-high

with 14 catches for 139 yards and one score at Cleveland

(11/4/07), just one catch shy of the club-record (Steve Largent). **

% of Catches for First Down Yardage (2001-present)

Year 1st Downs Total Rec. Pct. **

2001 17 29 58.6

2002 43 50 86.0

2003 32 52 61.5

2004 26 36 72.2

2005 44 67 65.7

2006 15 24 63.0

2007 63* 94 67.0 **

Totals 240 352 68.2 **

T4th NFC, T10th NFL *

S U G A R B E A R S H A K E

**

Seahawks defensive tackle Rocky Bernard made the most of

his playing time in 2005 paving his own road to opposing team's

quarterbacks when he snuck up on the NFL and quietly registered

8.5 sacks. His sack total since 2005 ranks third among all interior

linemen. **

NFL Leaders in Sacks Since 2005 (Interior Linemen) **

16.0 Tommie Harris Chicago

16.0 Corey Williams Cleveland **

15.5 Rocky Bernard Seattle

B I G W A L T

**

Since coming to Seattle as a first-round pick in 1997, Walter

Jones has started all 168 games played while becoming the most

dominant left tackle of his time. He was selected to his eighth Pro

Bowl (1999, 2001-07) this season that ties Cortez Kennedy for

most in team history. He was also named to the AP All-Pro Team

for the fifth time (1st Team, 2001, 2004, 2005, 2007 and 2nd Team

in 2006). **

All-Time Seattle Games Played **

  1. Joe Nash, 1982-96 218
  1. Mack Strong, 1993-07 201
  1. Steve Largent, 1976-89 200
  1. Jacob Green, 1980-91 178
  1. Jeff Bryant, 1982-93 175
  1. Eugene Robinson, 1985-95 170 **
  1. Walter Jones, 1997- 168 **
  1. Cortez Kennedy, 1990-00 167
  1. Dave Brown, 1976-86 159
  1. Brian Blades, 1988-98 156 **

All-Time Seattle Games Started **

  1. Steve Largent, 1976-89 197
  1. Jacob Green, 1980-91 176
  1. Joe Nash, 1982-96 169
  1. **Walter Jones, 1997- 168

**

  1. Jeff Bryant, 1982-93 167
  1. Dave Brown, 1976-86 159
  1. Cortez Kennedy, 1990-00 153
  1. Eugene Robinson, 1985-95 152
  1. Chris Gray, 1998-07 145
  1. Keith Butler, 1978-87 132 **

J . P. **

Pro Bowl linebacker Julian Peterson has made quite the

impact since coming to Seattle as an unrestricted free agent from

San Francisco in 2006. He has 19.5 sacks in his 32 games played

for Seattle, including a career-high 10.0 in 2006 and nearly passed

that mark last season with 9.5 (T10th NFC). **

A P F I R S T - S T R I N G E R S

**

The Seahawks landed three players on the *Associated Press

*

All-Pro First-Team last season. DE Patrick Kerney and LB Lofa

Tatupu made their first appearance while T Walter Jones made his

fifth overall appearance (1st Team in 2001, '04, '05, '07 & 2nd team

in '06). **

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Patrick Kerney led the NFC (2nd NFL) with 14.5 sacks last

season. He tied his career-high with 3.0 sacks each vs. Chicago

and at St. Louis en route to being named November's NFC

Defensive Player of the Month. He also recorded another 3.0 sacks

vs. Arizona. Since the start of the 2004 season, his 38.5 sacks

ranks third in the NFC (6th NFL). **

Most Sacks Since 2004, NFL **

Jason Taylor, Wash 46.0

Jared Allen, Min 43.0

Aaron Schobel, Buf 40.5

Osi Umenyiora, NYG 40.5

Shawne Merriman, SD 39.5 **

Patrick Kerney, Sea 38.5 **

Aaron Kampman, GB 38.5

Robert Mathis, Ind 38.5 **

P A T O N T H E B A C K

**

Much like the multi-purpose household solution, the

Seahawks have a multi-talented offensive weapon in Nate

Burleson. He was second on the team with 50 catches for 694

yards with a team-leading 11 touchdowns (nine rec., two ret.) in

2007.

He is a key contributor on special teams, returning 58 punts for

658 yards (11.3 avg., 2nd NFC, 4th NFL) including a club-record

tying 94t-yard punt return at Cleveland (11/4/07). He scored his

first-career kickoff return touchdown vs. St. Louis (10/21/07) on a

91-yarder, the fifth-longest in team history. That performance

helped him earn NFC Special Teams Player of the Week 7 honors.

He also holds the third-longest punt return in team history, taking

one back 90 yards for a score vs. St. Louis last season

(11/12/06). With Minnesota, he had a 91-yard punt return vs. Indianapolis (11/8/04) and is the only player in NFL historyto

return three punts 90+ yards for a touchdown in his career.

He joined Charlie Rogers as the only two Seahawks to return

a punt and kickoff for a touchdown in their careers. **

Longest Punt Returns in Seahawks History **

94t Charlie Rogers at Pittsburgh 9/26/99 **

94t Nate Burleson at Cleveland 11/4/07

90t Nate Burleson St. Louis 11/12/06 **

89t Joey Galloway New York Giants 11/5/95

88t Joey Galloway Denver 9/8/96 **

Longest Kickoff Returns in Seahawks History **

97t James Jefferson Kansas City 10/8/89

97t Maurice Morris at St. Louis 10/20/02

94t Zack Dixon St. Louis 11/13/83

93t Jon Vaughn at San Diego 10/30/94 **

91t Nate Burleson St. Louis 10/21/07

W D - 8 1 **

Seattle has followed New England's lead in searching out and

throwing to Deion Branch to put points on the board and win ballgames.

Since joining Seattle, the Seahawks are 5-2 when Branch

catches a touchdown pass and since joining the league in 2002,

his teams are 19-4 (.826) when he scores (including postseason).

He ranked third on the team with 49 receptions for 661 yards

(13.5 avg.) and four touchdowns last year. He posted a seasonhigh

eight catches at Carolina (12/16/07) and set a career-high of

130 yards, for his seventh 100-yard game of his career and third

with the Seahawks, at San Francisco (9/30/07). **

Record when Branch Scores a Touchdown in... **

2002 2-0

2003 4-0

2004 5-0

2005 3-2

2006 2-1

2007 3-1 **

Total 19-4

T H R O W I T T O D E I O N

H O L M G R E N ' S T E N U R E

**

Head Coach Mike Holmgren is tied as the third longesttenured

head coach with the same club behind Tennessee's Jeff

Fisher and Denver's Mike Shanahan (13 years).

Holmgren was named Seahawks head coach on January 9,

1999. **

Longest-Tenured Active NFL Head Coaches

Coach Team Years **

Jeff Fisher* Tennessee 1995-

Mike Shanahan Denver 1995- **

Mike Holmgren Seattle 1999- **

Andy Reid Philadelphia 1999-

Fisher was the Oilers head coach for final 6 games of '94 season. *

Y O U ''R E M Y B O Y, T R U !

**

Last season, Marcus Trufant ranked second in the NFC with

seven interceptions (T3rd NFL), had a club-record tying three picks

vs. Arizona (12/9) and returning one 84 yards for his first-career

touchdown. For that, he earned his first-career NFL Defensive

Player of the Week honor.

Along with Lofa Tatupu's three picks at Philadelphia (12/2), it

was the first time since 1962 teammates have had three or more

interceptions in consecutive games (Buffalo Bills' Marv Matuszak,

10/7/62 & Carl Charon, 10/13/62).

Trufant was also voted to his first Pro Bowl in 2007. **

Seattle's Most Single-Game Interceptions **

3 Kenny Easley San Diego 10/29/84

Eugene Robinson at Pittsburgh 12/6/92

Darryl Williams San Diego 9/21/97

Lofa Tatupu at Philadelphia 12/2/07 **

Marcus Trufant Arizona 12/9/07

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V I R G I N I A M A S O N A T H L E T I C C E N T E R

**

The Seattle Seahawks announced the completion of the

Virginia Mason Athletic Center (VMAC), after spending the last 22

years in Kirkland. The project was completed on-time and the first

Seahawks employees staffed the building on August 4.

The state-of-the-art training facility is located on Lake

Washington and is more than 225,000

sq. ft., second largest in the NFL. The

site is bounded by Interstate 405 to the

east, Lake Washington to the west, residential

properties to the north and open

land to the south. The building sits on

19-waterfront acres, compared to 10 acres in Kirkland.

VMAC was designed as a year-round training facility and

superior work environment for Seahawks players, coaches and

staff. The first class facility features approximately 50,000 sq. ft of

training space including: brand new weight and training equipment,

146-person auditorium and a locker room with 80 custom lockers.

A 30-foot training pool is equipped with the ability to video tape the

players rehabbing while in the water, allowing for a more effective

and efficient workout.

VMAC also features a player lounge which will allow players

to relax in between practices and meetings. The lounge will include

a projection television with XBOX, music ports and computers to

check email and other websites.

The move was necessary to accommodate growth in several

key business segments. The new facility has tripled the floor space

and provides increased production capacity. VMAC will allow the

organization to work under one roof as the Kirkland front office,

Corporate Sponsorships, Suites, Fan Development and the

Sounders FC staff housed in Renton.

The building is equipped with a permanent indoor practice

facility, an amenity that is currently lacking at the Kirkland facility.

The practice facility is more than 88,000 sq. ft. and 112 ft. high (95

ft. clear). The playing surface is the identical FieldTurf that is used

at Qwest Field. VMAC will also feature three regulation size outdoor

grass fields, and fans will be able to watch the team practice

during training camp in 2009.

Football Operations and team practices began on Monday,

August 18. **

Kirkland VMAC

Site **

Facility (acres) 10 acres 19 acres

Practice Fields 2 natural grass 3 natural grass

1 FieldTurf 1 FieldTurf

Parking Spaces 141 265

Indoor Facility None 112', 95' clear **

Building Square Footage Breakdown **

Locker Room 1,140 6,700

No. of Lockers (permanent) 71 80

No. of Lockers (temporary) 16 N/A

Weight Room 2,430 9,000

Training Room 1,836 4,300

Equipment Room 1,500 5,189

Team Room/Auditorium 2,160 2,550

Player Lounge None 1,350

Team Dining 924 2,200

Kitchen 221 1,800

Draft Room 840 1,800

Media Room/Interview Rooms 576 2,000 **

Total Square Footage* 41,000+* 225,000* **

Includes other areas not listed above. *

O L D V S . N E W

V M A C F A C T S

Address: **12 Seahawks Way

Renton, WA 98056

425/203-8000 Design:The stack building concept creates a walkable space for

players and maximizes the lake-front property. Materials:The natural materials utilized throughout the facility are

native to the Pacific Northwest, including timber, stone and

Douglas Fir. First Floor:Team area and auditorium, including locker room,

lounge, training room, weight room, team meeting rooms and

media production studios. Second Floor:Seahawks football administration. Approximately

48,000 gross square feet of coaching and football personnel

offices, draft room, dining room and weight room mezzanine. **

Third Floor: **Seahawks business offices

**

Employees: **175

**

Architect: **Crawford Architects

**

General Contractor: **Bayley Construction

**

Funding: **Private

**

Property Owner: **Port Quendall Company

**

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P O S I T I O N B R E A K D O W N

W I D E R E C E I V E R S

83, Deion Branch, 5-9, 192, 7, Louisville **

Currently recovering from ACL injury suffered in January. MVP of

Super Bowl XXXIX. **

81, Nate Burleson, 6-0, 198, 6, Nevada **

Second on the team with 50 catches for 694 yards with team-leading

11 touchdowns (nine rec., two ret.) in 2007. **

84, Bobby Engram, 5-10, 192, 13, Penn State **

Suffered a cracked shoulder in preseason opener at Minnesota

(8/8). Will be out 4-5 weeks. Led team with a career and franchisehigh

94 catches for a career-high 1,147 yards and six touchdowns

in 2007. Ranks fifth in Seattle history in receptions (352) and

receiving yards (4,370). **

19, Logan Payne, 6-2, 205, 2, Minnesota **

Spent last season on the team's practice squad before signing to

the active roster on January 1, 2008. **

82, Jordan Kent, 6-4, 219, 2, Oregon **

Spent last season on the practice squad. Son of Oregon men's

hoops coach Ernie Kent. **

86, Courtney Taylor, 6-1, 205, 2, Auburn **

Played in eight games with five catches for 38 yards in 2007. **

87, Ben Obomanu, 6-0, 206, 3, Auburn **

Played in 12 games with 12 catches for 180 yards last season. **

18, Bryan Gilmore, 6-1, 200, 9, Midwestern State **

Signed as a free agent on July 25. Has 53 career receptions for

794 yards and five touchdowns playing for Arizona, Miami and San

Francisco. **

16, Michael Bumpus, 5-11, 194, R, Washington State **

Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent on April 27. All-Pac-10

honorable mention his senior year with 70 catches for 789 yards

with four scores. **

17, Trent Shelton, 6-0, 202, 1, Baylor **

Signed on June 4 and spent time on the Colts practice squad in

2007. **

71, Walter Jones, 6-5, 325, 12, Florida State **

Eight-time Pro Bowler. Has started all 168 games played. **

75, Sean Locklear, 6-4, 308, 5, North Carolina State **

Enters fourth season as starting right tackle. Injured knee vs.

Chicago (8/16) and expected back for season opener. **

74, Ray Willis, 6-6, 315, 4, Florida State **

Serves as backup right tackle. Can also play guard. **

77, Floyd Womack, 6-4, 328, 8, Mississippi State **

Provides solid veteran experience at tackle and guard. **

76, Samuel Gutekunst, 6-6, 317, 1

78, Kyle Williams, 6-6, 295, 2, USC **

Provide depth at tackle position. German Gutekunst joins Seattle

through the NFL's International Practice Squad Program. **

65, Chris Spencer, 6-3, 312, 4, Mississippi **

Returned to practice last week after sitting out (back) since Day 1

of camp. **

69, Steve Vallos, 6-3, 312, 2, Wake Forest **

Started all three preseason games at center in place of Spencer.

Spent last season on practice squad. Can also play guard. **

57, Ben Claxton, 6-2, 300, 4, Mississippi **

Signed on August 3 as a free agent. **

T A C K L E S

C E N T E R S

64, Nick Jones, 6-3, 305, 1, Georgia **

Signed on August 12. **

67, Rob Sims, 6-3, 312, 3, Ohio State **

Moves to right guard with the addition of Mike Wahle to left guard. **

68, Mike Wahle, 6-6, 304, 11, Navy **

Two-time Pro Bowler signed on February 14. **

66, Mansfield Wrotto, 6-3, 320, 2, Georgia Tech **

Made 53-man roster last season but did not play. **

63, Pat Murray, 6-3, 310, 1, Truman State **

Signed on January 9. Went to camp last year with Green Bay. **

89, John Carlson, 6-5, 251, R, Notre Dame **

Selected in the second round (38th overall) in 2008. **

85, Will Heller, 6-6, 270, 6, Georgia Tech **

Backup who is a solid blocker. **

88, Jeb Putzier, 6-4, 251, 7, Boise State **

Vet who has 96 career catches for 1,251 yards and three scores

with Denver and Houston. **

46, Joe Newton, 6-7, 258, 2, Oregon State **

Spent last season on team's practice squad. **

8, Matt Hasselbeck, 6-4, 225, 10, Boston College **

Team's all-time leader in passer rating (86.4), second in touchdowns

(140) and completions (1,891) and second in yards

(22,188). Has a 57-39 (.594) record as Seattle starter. **

15, Seneca Wallace, 5-11, 205, 6, Iowa State **

Enters fourth season as Hasselbeck's backup. **

5, Charlie Frye, 6-4, 217, 4, Akron **

Acquired via trade with the Cleveland Browns on September 11,

  1. Has started 19 of 21 career games. Was a third round draft

pick (67th overall) in the 2005 NFL Draft by Cleveland. **

9, Dalton Bell, 6-3, 210, 1, West Texas A&M **

Claimed off waivers (Green Bay) on April 29. **

43, Leonard Weaver, 6-0, 242, 4, Carson-Newman **

Begins camp as the starter. **

34, David Kirtman, 6-0, 238, 3, USC **

Played in six games last year primarily on special teams. **

35, Owen Schmitt, 6-2, 247, R, West Virginia **

Drafted in the fifth round (163rd overall) in 2008. **

22, Julius Jones, 5-10, 208, 5, Notre Dame **

Signed from Dallas on March 10. Finished Dallas career ranked

eighth with 3,484 rushing yards. **

20, Maurice Morris, 5-11, 216, 7, Oregon **

Backup who has seen role expand over the last two seasons. **

45, T.J. Duckett, 6-0, 254, 7, Michigan State **

Signed from Detroit on March 5. Originally the 18th overall pick in

the 2002 NFL Draft. **

30, Justin Forsett, 5-8, 194, R, California **

Finished Cal career ranked third in school history with 3,220 yards. **

G U A R D S

T I G H T E N D S

Q U A R T E R B A C K S

F U L L B A C K S

R U N N I N G B A C K S

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97, Patrick Kerney, 6-5, 272, 10, Virginia **

Led the NFC (2nd NFL) with 14.5 sacks, named to second career

Pro Bowl and first-time All-Pro in 2007. **

55, Darryl Tapp, 6-1, 270, 3, Virginia Tech **

Tied club-record with 4.0 sacks vs. St. Louis (10/21) last season. **

95, Lawrence Jackson, 6-4, 271, R, USC **

Looks to push Tapp for playing time. 28th overall draft pick in 2008. **

59, Baraka Atkins, 6-4, 268, 2, Miami **

Played in 12 games last season. **

52, Jason Babin, 6-3, 267, 5, Western Michigan **

Acquired via trade with the Houston Texans for S Michael

Boulware on September 1, 2007. **

91, Chris Cooper, 6-5, 285, 8, Nebraska-Omaha **

Spent the last two seasons with the Arizona Cardinals. **

72, Nu'u Tafisi, 6-2, 268, 2, California **

Spent last season on the practice squad. **

99, Rocky Bernard, 6-3, 308, 7, Texas A&M **

Has tallied 15.5 sacks since 2005, the third-most among NFL interior

linemen. **

92, Brandon Mebane, 6-1, 314, 2, California **

Enters first year as full-time starter. **

93, Craig Terrill, 6-2, 295, 5, Purdue **

Key reserve in defensive tackle rotation. Would like you to buy his

self-titled music CD,"C.T." **

94, Howard Green, 6-2, 320, 4, LSU **

Signed on October 16, 2007. **

79, Red Bryant, 6-4, 318, R, Texas A&M **

Big run stuffer was drafted in the fourth round (121st overall) in

  1. Soon-to-be son-in-law of Seahawks Ring of Honor member

Jacob Green. **

96, Larry Tripplett, 6-2, 296, 7, Washington **

Currently recovering from knee injury. **

60, Kevin Brown, 6-2, 303, R, UCLA **

Signed August 4 as a free agent. **

51, Lofa Tatupu, 6-0, 242, 4, USC **

Named to the Pro Bowl and led the team in tackles in his first three

seasons. Also first-time All-Pro last year. Injured (knee) at San

Diego (8/25) and will miss this week. **

98, Julian Peterson, 6-3, 240, 9, Michigan State **

Named to his fourth-career Pro Bowl and was second on the team

with 9.5 sacks in 2007. **

56, Leroy Hill, 6-1, 238, 4, Clemson **

Third on the team with 81 tackles (58 solo) last season. **

50, Lance Laury, 6-2, 237, 3, South Carolina **

Second on the team with 18 special teams tackles in 2007. **

58, D.D. Lewis, 6-1, 241, 7, Texas **

Returns to Seattle after spending last season in Denver. **

44, David Hawthorne, 6-0, 240, R, Texas Christian **

Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent on April 27. **

49, Dallas Sartz, 6-5, 235, 1, USC **

Signed on August 11. **

P O S I T I O N B R E A K D O W N

D E F E N S I V E T A C K L E S

L I N E B A C K E R S

23, Marcus Trufant, 5-11, 197, 6, Washington State **

Led the team with seven picks and named to first Pro Bowl last

year. Started all 78 games played in career. **

21, Kelly Jennings, 5-11, 180, 3, Miami **

Had 55 tackles (49 solo) and career-high 12 passes defensed in

2007. **

26, Josh Wilson, 5-9, 192, 2, Maryland **

Battling this camp to see time in nickel and dime packages. **

32, Kevin Hobbs, 6-0, 188, 2, Auburn **

Played in six games mostly on special teams. Looking for an

expanded role this year. **

29, Marquis Floyd, 6-0, 190, 1, West Georgia **

Signed on August 11. Recently played for the San Jose Sabrecats

of the Arena League. **

24, Deon Grant, 6-2, 215, 9, Tennessee **

Started all 112 games of his career. **

25, Brian Russell, 6-2, 210, 7, San Diego State **

Gels well with Grant in keeping the secondary alert. **

27, Jordan Babineaux, 6-0, 206, 5, Southern Arkansas **

Can play both safety positions and corner. **

39, C.J. Wallace, 6-0, 218, 2, Washington **

Played in nine games last season primarily on special teams. **

36, Jamar Adams, 6-2, 212, R, Michigan

33, Kelin Johnson, 6-0, 197, R, Georgia **

Both signed on April 27 and provide depth. **

10, Olindo Mare, 5-11, 190, 13, Syracuse **

Signed on March 27 and spent last season with New Orleans after

10 seasons in Miami. **

7, Brandon Coutu, 5-11, 188, R, Georgia **

Seventh round pick (235th overall) will battle Mare. **

1, Ryan Plackemeier, 6-3, 247, 3, Wake Forest **

Third in the NFC (T4th NFL) with a career-high 30 punts inside the

20 last season. Recovering from pectoral surgery this camp. **

3, Reggie Hodges, 6-0, 226, 2, Ball State **

Has played in eight career games. Originally a sixth-round pick

(210th overall) by St. Louis in the 2005 draft. **

47, Tim Lindsey, 6-4, 253, 1, West Virginia **

Will serve as long snapper after draft pick Tyler Schmitt was placed

on injured reserve (back). **

C O R N E R B A C K S

S A F E T I E S

S P E C I A L I S T S

D E F E N S I V E E N D S

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B I O S N O T I N M E D I A G U I D E

57, Ben Claxton, C, 6-2, 300, 4th Year, 7/30/80, Mississippi (Dublin, Texas) 2007: Went to camp with the Oakland Raiders.PRO: Acquired by Seattle on August 4 after the team placed DeMichael Dizer on injured reserve. Originally selected by Denver in the fifth round of the 2003 NFL Draft.2006: **Did not play after spending most of the season on

Atlanta's injured reserve roster. 2005:Played in two games and was inactive for 14 contests. 2004:Spent training camp with Tampa Bay.

2003:Saw time on the practice squad of the Miami Dolphins and Tampa Bay Bucanneers. College:Played in 44 games with 37 starts

for Mississippi, handling center duties for the REbels. Boted All-SEC as a senior in 2002, starting 12 of 13 games. Earned second team All-SEC honors as a junior. Personal:Born in Dublin, Georgia and Named first team All-State in 1997 at Dublin High School. Has twin

brother, Jon, who also played football as Mississippi. **

76, Samuel Gutekunst, T, 6-6, 317, 1st Year, 5/20/84, Karlsruhe, Germany **

Assigned to the Seahawks in July 2008 as part of the NFL's International Practice Squad Program. Also part of the developmental program

in 2006 with the Baltimore Ravens before going to camp with the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2007. Played three years in the nowdefunct

NFL Europa with the Berlin Thunder and two years with the Frankfurt Galaxy. Started all seven games played at right tackle and

missed three (ankle) with Berlin in 2007. Finished second season in NFL Europa with Frankfurt, starting one game at tackle. Originally

assigned to the Galaxy at the conclusion of national player minicamp in Tampa Bay in February 2005. Began career with the Heiligenstein

Crusaders, where he also coached the offensive line. Also played with the Saarland Hurricanes in the German Football League. Aspires

to coach football after he finishes playing. Hobbies include snooker, cars, and weightlifting. **BRYAN GI L M O R E

Wide Receiver

6-0 200

Midwestern State

8th NFL Season

1st Seahawks Season

Free Agent 2008

2007 Games/Starts: 10/0

Career Games/Starts: 81/16

July 21, 1978

Lufkin, Texas

18 2007: **Signed to the active roster on October 2. Played as the third

wide receiver in first game back with the 49ers versus Baltimore

(10/7), and caught one pass for 42 yards. Saw action in 10 games

and had seven receptions for 111 yards. Rushed once for -11

yards. PRO:Acquired by Seattle on July 24 as a free agent. Originally

signed by the Arizona Cardinals as an undrafted free agent in

2000, where he spend four seasons. Spent 2004-05 in Miami

before spending the last two seasons with the San Francisco

49ers. Has played in 81 career games with 16 starts catching 53 passes for 794 yards and five touchdowns. 2006:Played in all 16

games with three starts totaling eight receptions for 150 yards and

a touchdown. Also rushed a career-high seven times for 94 yards

to go along with five special teams tackles. Hauled in a career-long 75-yard reception versus Philadelphia (9/24). 2005:Played in 15

games with one start for the Miami Dolphins. Caught five passes for

105 yards and a touchdown. Made only start of season versus

Buffalo (12/4) after replacing an injured Marty Booker. Inactive the

following week at San Diego (12/11) with a shoulder injury. **2004:

**

Was awarded off waivers by Miami from Arizona on August 24.

Played in 16 games with two starts and had 15 receptions for 206

yards and a touchdown. Two starts came versus the New York Jets (10/3) and the finale at Baltimore (1/2/05). 2003:Played in 14

games with 10 starts and was inactive twice. Had 17 receptions for

208 yards and two scores. Caught first NFL touchdown on a 24- yard score at Dallas (10/5). 2002:Played in first seven games of the

season in a reserve role. Caught one pass for 14 yards for the season

before sustaining a fractured ankle at San Francisco (10/27). Placed on injured reserve October 29. 2001:Went to training camp

with Arizona but was waived (9/2) and later re-signed to the practice

squad (9/3). Was activated to the 53-man roster on November 29

and played in the final three games of the season. Played for Barcelona in NFL Eropa in spring of 2000. 2000:Went to camp with

Arizona as an undrafted free agent but was released (8/27) and resigned

to the practice squad (8/28). Spent the first 14 games on

practice squad before being activated on December 15. Mad NFL debut versus Baltimore (12/17). COLLEGE:Was a four-year

starter at Midwestern State and caught 155 passes for 2,722 yards

and 18 touchdowns. The school's all-time leading receiver and

owns 13 school records. Two-time All-West Region NCAA Division

II selection. Majored in business administration. PERSONAL:Was all-district prep receiver at Lufkin (Tex.) High

School. Married to LaShanna. Couple has a son Bryan II, and

daughters Princess and Gabrielle. **

Receiving Rushing

Club G/S No Yds Avg LG TD Att Yds Avg TD **

2000 Arizona 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0

2001 Arizona 2/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0

2002 Arizona 7/0 1 14 14.0 14 0 0 0 0.0 0

2003 Arizona 14/10 17 208 12.2 32 2 1 0 0.0 0

2004 Miami 16/2 15 206 13.7 37 1 0 0 0.0 0

2005 Miami 15/1 5 105 21.0 44t 1 0 0 0.0 0

2006 San Francisco 16/3 8 150 18.8 75 1 7 94 13.4 0

2007 San Francisco 10/0 7 111 31.0 42 0 1 -8 -8.0 0 **

NFL TOTALS 81/16 53 794 15.0 75t 5 9 86 9.6 0

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B I O S N O T I N M E D I A G U I D E

29, Marquis Floyd, CB, 6-0, 190, 1st Year, 3/17/80, West Georgia (Monroe, Ga.) **

Floyd begins his first NFL season having spent the previous four years playing in the Arena Football League and the af2 League. Was

one of the top cornerbacks in the AFL while playing with the San Jose SaberCats in 2006-07 totaling nine interceptions and 102.5 tackles.

Played in five playoff contests including ArenaBowl XXI. Played for Rio Grande Valley in af2 in 2005 and for the Tennessee Valley

Vipers in 2004. Played four seasons at the University of West Georgia (Carrollton, Ga.) and was a three-time American Football Coaches

Association All-American. Set a school record with 19 interceptions and holds the record for punt return yards (982). A four-sport star at

Monroe (Ga.) Area High School, was the MVP of the basketball team his final two seasons and won the 'Best Sprinter' award from his

track team and 'Best Outfielder' honor for baseball. Born on March 17, 1980. **

47, Tim Lindsey, LS, 6-4, 253, 1st Year, 7/23/83, West Virginia (Bridgeport, W. Va.) **

Signed by the Seahawks on August 13, Lindsey was originally signed by Atlanta on May 16, 2007 as an undrafted free agent. He did not

make the final cut. He was voted team captain for West Virginia during his senior year. Earned the Ira Rodgers Award from WVU coaches

for all-around excellence. Won the long snapping job in 2005 preseason camp. Winner of the 2006 Tom Nickolich Memorial Award

from the Blue and Gold News for outstanding achievement by a walk-on in the Mountaineers football program. He was a team captain

at Bridgeport High where he earned first-team all-state, All-Harrison County and All-Big 10 conference at defensive end. Born July 23,

1983. **

49, Dallas Sartz, LB, 6-5, 235, 1st Year, 7/8/83, USC (Granite Bay, Calif.) **

Signed by the Seahawks on August 11, Sartz was originally drafted by the Washington Redskins in the fifth round of the 2007 NFL Draft

but was released following training camp. He signed with the Minnesota Vikings in May 2008 but was released before training camp.

Sartz was a two-time captain for the Trojans of Southern California and was a 2004 and 2006 Pac-10 honorable mention. Sartz played

high school football at Granite Bay (Calif.) High School. Born on July 8, 1983. **

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SEATTLE SEAHAWKS / PRESEASON / WEEK 4 / THROUGH SUNDAY, AUGUST 24, 2008 **

WON 2, LOST 0 * RUSHING No. Yds Avg Long TD

08/08 W 34-17 at Minnesota 62,545 Forsett 28 194 6.9 37 1

08/16 W 29-26 OT Chicago 67,360 Morris 10 69 6.9 21 0

08/25 at San Diego J. Jones 11 47 4.3 12 0

08/29 Oakland Duckett 19 36 1.9 10 1

Sea. Opp. Frye 5 30 6.0 14 0

TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 51 29 Taylor 1 13 13.0 13 0

Rushing 25 7 Kirtman 2 8 4.0 4 0

Passing 24 19 O. Schmitt 1 2 2.0 2 0

Penalty 2 3 S. Wallace 2 2 1.0 4 0

3rd Down: Made/Att 7/27 11/27 Weaver 1 2 2.0 2 0

3rd Down Pct. 25.9 40.7 TEAM 80 403 5.0 37 2

4th Down: Made/Att 1/2 2/3 OPPONENTS 43 103 2.4 29 1

4th Down Pct. 50.0 66.7 * RECEIVING No. Yds Avg Long TD

POSSESSION AVG. 35:12 24:48 Bumpus 5 80 16.0 21 0

TOTAL NET YARDS 850 503 Kent 5 68 13.6 23 1

Avg. Per Game 425.0 251.5 Payne 4 38 9.5 14 0

Total Plays 149 119 O. Schmitt 3 50 16.7 23 0

Avg. Per Play 5.7 4.2 Carlson 3 29 9.7 13 0

NET YARDS RUSHING 403 103 Kirtman 3 28 9.3 10 0

Avg. Per Game 201.5 51.5 Filani 3 17 5.7 10 1

Total Rushes 80 43 Morris 3 16 5.3 13 0

NET YARDS PASSING 447 400 Engram 2 29 14.5 18 0

Avg. Per Game 223.5 200.0 Putzier 2 27 13.5 15t 1

Sacked/Yards Lost 3/19 5/31 Burleson 2 20 10.0 15 0

Gross Yards 466 431 J. Jones 2 12 6.0 9 0

Att./Completions 66/44 71/41 Shelton 2 12 6.0 7t 1

Completion Pct. 66.7 57.7 Weaver 2 10 5.0 7 0

Had Intercepted 3 3 Gilmore 1 12 12.0 12 0

PUNTS/AVERAGE 9/30.8 11/47.4 Heller 1 10 10.0 10 0

NET PUNTING AVG. 9/19.2 11/38.4 Forsett 1 8 8.0 8 0

PENALTIES/YARDS 21/185 12/91 TEAM 44 466 10.6 23 4

FUMBLES/BALL LOST 1/0 5/4 OPPONENTS 41 431 10.5 35 2

TOUCHDOWNS 6 5 * INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg Long TD

Rushing 2 1 Hill 1 29 29.0 29 0

Passing 4 2 H. Green 1 0 0.0 0 0

Returns 0 2 Hobbs 1 0 0.0 0 0

  • SCORE BY PERIODS Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT PTS TEAM 3 29 9.7 29 0

TEAM 23 3 14 20 3 63 OPPONENTS 3 44 14.7 25 1

OPPONENTS 7 15 14 7 0 43 * PUNTING No. Yds Avg Net TB In Lg B

  • SCORING TD-Ru-Pa-Rt K-PAT FG S PTS Hodges 7 277 39.6 19.2 0 2 48 2

Coutu 0 0 0 0 2/ 2 5/ 5 0 17 TEAM 9 277 30.8 19.2 0 2 48 2

Mare 0 0 0 0 4/ 4 2/ 2 0 10 OPPONENTS 11 521 47.4 38.4 1 3 57 0

Duckett 1 1 0 0 0 6 * PUNT RETURNS Ret FC Yds Avg Long TD

Filani 1 0 1 0 0 6 Forsett 6 0 51 8.5 40 0

Forsett 1 1 0 0 0 6 Obomanu 2 0 28 14.0 20 0

Kent 1 0 1 0 0 6 TEAM 8 0 79 9.9 40 0

Putzier 1 0 1 0 0 6 OPPONENTS 4 0 104 26.0 75t 1

Shelton 1 0 1 0 0 6 * KICKOFF RETURNS No. Yds Avg Long TD

TEAM 6 2 4 0 6/ 6 7/ 7 0 63 Bumpus 3 56 18.7 25 0

OPPONENTS 5 1 2 2 5/ 5 2/ 3 1 43 Forsett 3 86 28.7 37 0

2-Pt. Conversions: TEAM 0-0, OPPONENTS 0-0 Wilson 2 42 21.0 22 0

SACKS: H. Green 2, Babin 1, Hill 1, Kent 1 24 24.0 24 0

Jackson 1, TEAM 5, OPPONENTS 3 TEAM 9 208 23.1 37 0

FUM/LOST: J. Jones 1/0 OPPONENTS 12 310 25.8 53 0

  • FIELD GOALS 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+

Coutu 0/ 0 2/ 2 1/ 1 2/ 2 0/0

Mare 0/ 0 2/ 2 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/0

TEAM 0/ 0 4/ 4 1/ 1 2/ 2 0/0

OPPONENTS 0/ 0 0/ 0 2/ 2 0/ 1 0/0

Coutu: ()(48G,26G,46G,21G,36G)

Mare: (21G,20G)()

TEAM: (21G,20G)(48G,26G,46G,21G,36G)

OPPONENTS: (35G)(39G,47N)

  • PASSING Att Cmp Yds Cmp% Yds/Att TD TD% Int Int% Long Sack/Lost Rating

Frye 38 22 231 57.9 6.08 0 0.0 3 7.9 23 3/ 19 42.8

S. Wallace 20 15 165 75.0 8.25 3 15.0 0 0.0 23 0/ 0 138.5

Hasselbeck 8 7 70 87.5 8.75 1 12.5 0 0.0 18t 0/ 0 142.7

TEAM 66 44 466 66.7 7.06 4 6.1 3 4.5 23 3/ 19 88.3

OPPONENTS 71 41 431 57.7 6.07 2 2.8 3 4.2 35 5/ 31 67.3 **

P R E S E A S O N D E F E N S I V E S T A T I S T I C S

Total Solo Assist Sack Yards QH Int PD FF FR **

Lewis, D. 12 8 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Hill, L. 9 8 1 1.0 9.0 1 1 1 0 0

Laury, L. 9 6 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Peterson, J. 9 7 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Tatupu, L. 9 7 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

Trufant, M. 9 9 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

Hawthorne, D. 8 7 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

Hobbs, K. 8 7 1 0 0 0 1 3 0 1

Green, H. 8 7 1 2.0 13.0 2 1 1 1 0

Grant, D. 7 7 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

Babin, J. 6 6 0 2.0 13.0 3 0 0 0 1

Jennings, K. 6 6 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0

Wilson, J. 6 6 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

Adams, J. 5 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

Jackson, L. 4 3 1 1.0 4.0 1 0 0 1 0

Russell, B. 4 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Terrill, C. 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Kerney, P. 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Babineaux, J. 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0

Johnson, K. 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Mebane, B. 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Wallace, C. 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Team 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Bernard, R. 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Tapp, D. 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lowe, O. 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Brown, K. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 **

S P E C I A L T E A M S T A C K L E S

Total Solo Assist FF FR Blocks **

Kirtman, D. 3 2 1 0 0 0

Schmitt, O. 2 2 0 0 0 0

Schmitt, T. 2 2 0 0 0 0

Shelton, T. 2 2 0 0 0 0

Wallace, C. 2 2 0 0 0 0

Hobbs, K. 2 1 1 0 0 0

Adams, J. 1 1 0 0 0 0

Babin, J. 1 1 0 0 0 0

Coutu, B. 1 1 0 0 0 0

Gilmore, B. 1 1 0 0 0 0

Hawthorne, D. 1 1 0 0 0 0

Heller, W. 1 1 0 0 0 0

Hodges, R. 1 1 0 0 0 0

Kent, J. 1 1 0 0 0 0

Laury, L. 1 1 0 0 0 0

Lewis, D. 1 1 0 0 0 0 **

F U M B L E S

Fum Lost Own-Rec O.B. **

Forsett, J. 1 1 0 0

Jones, J. 1 0 0 0

Obomanu, B. 0 0 1 0 **

R E P L A Y C H A L L E N G E S

Chal. Won Lost **

Holmgren, M. 2 1 1

Under 2:00 Booth (SD) 1 1 0

Ruling against Seattle *

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2 0 0 8 T R A N S A C T I O N S

**

1/1 Placed on injured reserve DE Baraka Atkins

Signed from practice squad WR Logan Payne

Signed to practice squad DT Kelly Talavou

1/7 Signed FB Dan Curran

1/9 Signed G Pat Murray

1/15 Signed TE Zac Alcorn

C Nick Jones

DT Jonathan Lewis

LS Tim Lindsey

C Chris White

1/25 Hired Offensive Line Coach Mike Solari

2/14 Signed G Mike Wahle

Hired Quarterbacks Coach Bill Lazor

2/29 Released T Tom Ashworth

3/4 Signed TE Jeb Putzier

Hired Asst. Offensive Line Mike DeBord

3/5 Signed RBT.J. Duckett

3/10 Signed RB Julius Jones

3/11 Hired Running Backs Coach Kasey Dunn

3/21 Re-Signed LB Lofa Tatupu

3/25 Signed DE Chris Cooper

LB D.D. Lewis

3/26 Re-Signed CB Marcus Trufant

3/27 Signed K Olindo Mare

4/7 Signed P Reggie Hodges

CB Omare Lowe

4/22 Released RB Shaun Alexander

4/27 Signed S Jamar Adams

CB Donovan Alexander

WR Travis Brown

WR Michael Bumpus

LB Matt Castelo

G Dustin Dickinson

CB DeMichael Dizer

LB David Hawthorne

S Kelin Johnson

T William Robinson

WR Anthony Russo

S Eric Wicks

4/29 Released LS Tim Lindsey

Signed DT Larry Tripplett

LB Wesly Mallard

Claimed off waivers QB Dalton Bell

5/2 Released DT Jonathan Lewis

Signed T Floyd Womack

5/5 Released DT Kelly Talavou

WR Travis Brown

Signed DT Kevin Brown

WR Joel Filani

5/14 Released C Chris White

Signed WR Chas Gessner

6/4 Released WR Anthony Russo

Signed WR Trent Shelton

6/18 Released CB Donovan Alexander

Signed RB Justin Forsett

6/20 Released G Dustin Dickinson

WR Chas Gessner

C Nick Jones

6/25 Signed LS Tyler Schmitt

K Brandon Coutu

7/15 Signed FB Owen Schmitt

7/18 Released FB Dan Curran

Signed DT Red Bryant

7/24 Released S Mike Green

Signed WR Bryan Gilmore

7/25 Signed DE Lawrence Jackson

7/26 Released TE Zac Alcorn

Signed TE John Carlson

8/3 Placed on IR CB DeMichael Dizer

Signed C Ben Claxton

8/4 Placed on IR G Chris Gray

Signed DT Kevin Brown

8/5 Placed on IR LB Wesly Mallard

Signed CB Derrick Johnson

8/11 Terminated contract DT Marcus Tubbs

Released LB Matt Castelo

CB Derrick Johnson

Signed CB Marquis Floyd

LB Dallas Sartz

8/12 Signed C Nick Jones

8/13 Released LB Eric Wicks

Signed LS Tim Lindsey

8/26 Released WR Joel Filani

CB Omare Lowe

Placed on IR T William Robinson

LS Tyler Schmitt

Placed on PUP LB Will Herring **

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P R E S E A S O N P A R T I C I P A T I O N

Game 1 2 3 4 2008

Date 8/8 8/16 8/25 8/29 G S IN DNP

Game @ Min Chi @ SD Oak **

Adams, J. s s s 3 0 0 0

Atkins, B. de de de 3 0 0 0

Babin, J. de de de 3 0 0 0

Babineaux, J. dnt dnp s 1 0 0 2

Bell, D. dnp dnp dnp 0 0 0 3

Bernard, R. RDT RDT RDT 3 3 0 0

Branch, D. dnt dnp dnt 0 0 0 3

Brown, K. dt dt dt 3 0 0 0

Bryant, R. dnt dnp dnp 0 0 0 3

Burleson, N. WR WR WR 3 3 0 0

Bumpus, M. wr wr wr 3 0 0 0

Carlson, J. te TE TE 3 2 0 0

Castelo, M. dnt 0 0 0 1

Claxton, B. c c c 3 0 0 0

Cooper, C. dnt dnp dnt 0 0 0 3

Coutu, B. k k dnt 2 0 0 1

Duckett, T. rb rb rb 3 0 0 0

Engram, B. WR dnp dnt 1 0 0 2

Filani, J. wr dnp dnp 1 0 0 2

Floyd, M. cb cb 2 0 0 0

Forsett, J. rb rb rb 3 0 0 0

Frye, C. qb QB QB 3 2 0 0

Gilmore, B. wr wr dnp 2 0 0 1

Grant, D. SS SS SS 3 3 0 0

Green, H. dt dt dt 3 0 0 0

Gutekunst, S. dnt dnp dnt 0 0 0 3

Hasselbeck, M. QB dnp dnt 1 1 0 2

Hawthorne, D. lb lb lb 3 0 0 0

Heller, W. te te TE 3 1 0 0

Herring, W. dnt dnp dnt 0 0 0 3

Hill, L. OLB OLB OLB 3 3 0 0

Hobbs, K. cb cb cb 3 0 0 0

Hodges, R. p p dnp 2 0 0 1

Jackson, L. de RDE RDE 3 2 0 0

Jennings, K. RCB RCB RCB 3 3 0 0

Johnson, D. dnt 0 0 0 1

Johnson, K. s s s 3 0 0 0

Jones, J. rb RB rb 3 1 0 0

Jones, N. sub dnt 1 0 0 1

Jones, W. LT LT LT 3 3 0 0

Kent, J. wr wr wr 3 0 0 0

Kerney, P. dnt dnp LDE 1 1 0 2

Kirtman, D. fb fb fb 3 0 0 0

Laury, L. lb lb lb 3 0 0 0

Lewis, D. lb lb lb 3 0 0 0

Lindsey, T. sub sub 2 0 0 0

Locklear, S. RT RT dnt 2 2 0 1

Lowe, O. cb cb cb 3 0 0 0

Mare, O. k k k 3 0 0 0

Mebane, B. LDT LDT LDT 3 3 0 0

Morris, M. RB rb RB 3 2 0 0

Murray, P. g g g 3 0 0 0

Newton, J. te te dnp 2 0 0 1

Obomanu, B. WR wr wr 3 1 0 0

Payne, L. dnt wr wr 2 0 0 1

Peterson, J. OLB OLB OLB 3 3 0 0

Plackemeier, R. dnt dnp p 1 0 0 2

Putzier, J. te te TE 3 1 0 0

Robinson, W. t dnp dnt 1 0 0 2

Russell, B. FS FS FS 3 3 0 0

Sartz, D. lb dnp 1 0 0 1

Schmitt, O. fb fb fb 3 0 0 0

Schmitt, T. sub dnp dnt 1 0 0 2

Shelton, T. wr wr dnp 2 0 0 1

Sims, R. RG RG RG 3 3 0 0

Spencer, C. dnt dnp dnp 0 0 0 3

Tafisi, N. dnp sub dnp 1 0 0 2

Tapp, D. RDE LDE de 3 2 0 0

Tatupu, L. MLB MLB MLB 3 3 0 0

Taylor, C. wr WR WR 3 2 0 0

Terrill, C. dt dt dt 3 0 0 0

Tripplett, L. dnt dnp dnt 0 0 0 3

Trufant, M. LCB LCB LCB 3 3 0 0

Tubbs, M. dnt 0 0 0 1

Vallos, S. C C C 3 3 0 0

Wahle, M. LG LG LG 3 3 0 0

Wallace, C. s s s 3 0 0 0

Wallace, S. qb dnp qb 2 0 0 1

Weaver, L. FB FB fb 3 2 0 0

Wicks, E. dnp 0 0 0 1

Williams, K. t t t 3 0 0 0

Willis, R. t t t 3 0 0 0

Wilson, J. cb cb cb 3 0 0 0

Womack, F. t t t 3 0 0 0

Wrotto, M. g g g 3 0 0 0

CAPS - starter; lower case - substitute at position; sub - special teams only; dnp - did not play; in - inactive; ir - injured reserve; nfi - non-football injury; *in - third quarterback,

res - reserve, pup - physically unable to perform; dnt - did not travel **

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No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate Exp College Hometown Acquired **

36 Adams, Jamar S 6-2 212 11/29/1985 R Michigan Charlotte, N.C. FA-'08

59 Atkins, Baraka DE 6-4 268 9/28/1984 2 Miami Sarasota, Fla. D4(a)-'07

52 Babin, Jason DE 6-3 267 5/24/1980 5 Western Michigan Paw Paw, Mich. T(Hou)-'07

27 Babineaux, Jordan SS 6-0 206 8/31/1982 5 Southern Arkansas Port Arthur, Texas FA-'04

9 Bell, Dalton QB 6-3 210 3/9/1983 1 West Texas A&M Canyon, Texas W(GB)-'08

99 Bernard, Rocky DT 6-3 308 4/19/1979 7 Texas A&M Baytown, Texas D5(a)-'02

83 Branch, Deion WR 5-9 192 7/18/1979 7 Louisville Albany, Ga. T(NE)-'06

60 Brown, Kevin DT 6-2 303 7/8/1985 R UCLA Los Angeles, Calif. FA-'08

79 Bryant, Red DT 6-4 318 4/18/1984 R Texas A&M Jasper, Texas D4-'08

81 Burleson, Nate WR 6-0 198 8/19/1981 6 Nevada Seattle, Wash. RFA(Min)-'06

16 Bumpus, Michael WR 5-11 194 12/13/1985 R Washington State Culver City, Calif. FA-'08

89 Carlson, John TE 6-5 251 5/12/1984 R Notre Dame Litchfield, Minn. D2-'08

57 Claxton, Ben C 6-2 300 7/30/1980 4 Mississippi Dublin, Ga. FA-'08

91 Cooper, Chris DE 6-5 285 12/27/1977 8 Nebraska-Omaha Lincoln, Neb. FA-'08

7 Coutu, Brandon K 5-11 188 9/29/1984 R Georgia Lawrenceville, Ga. D7(b)-'08

45 Duckett, T.J. RB 6-0 254 2/17/1981 7 Michigan State Kalamazoo, Mich. UFA(Det)-'08

84 Engram, Bobby WR 5-10 192 1/7/1973 13 Penn State Camden, S.C. UFA(Chi)-'01

29 Floyd, Marquis CB 6-0 190 3/17/1980 1 West Georgia Monroe, Ga. FA-'08

30 Forsett, Justin RB 5-8 194 10/14/1985 R California Arlington, Texas D7(a)-'08

5 Frye, Charlie QB 6-4 217 8/28/1981 4 Akron Willard, Ohio T(Cle)-'07

18 Gilmore, Bryan WR 6-1 200 7/21/1978 9 Midwestern State Lufkin, Texas FA-'08

24 Grant, Deon SS 6-2 215 3/14/1979 9 Tennessee Augusta, Ga. UFA(Jac)-'07

94 Green, Howard DT 6-2 320 1/12/1979 4 LSU Donaldsonville, La. FA-'07

76 Gutekunst, Samuel T 6-6 317 5/20/1984 1 n/a Karlsruhe, Germany FA-'08

8 Hasselbeck, Matt QB 6-4 225 9/25/1975 10 Boston College Westwood, Mass. T(GB)-'01

44 Hawthorne, David LB 6-0 240 5/14/1985 R Texas Christian Corsicana, Texas FA-'08

85 Heller, Will TE 6-6 270 2/28/1981 6 Georgia Tech Dunwoody, Ga. UFA(TB)-'06

56 Hill, Leroy LB 6-1 238 9/14/1982 4 Clemson Haddock, Ga. D3(b)-'05

32 Hobbs, Kevin CB 6-0 188 4/30/1983 2 Auburn Tampa, Fla. FA-'07

3 Hodges, Reggie P 6-0 226 1/26/1982 2 Ball State Champaign, Ill. FA-'08

95 Jackson, Lawrence DE 6-4 271 8/30/1985 R USC Inglewood, Calif. D1-'08

21 Jennings, Kelly CB 5-11 180 11/30/1982 3 Miami Live Oak, Fla. D1-'06

33 Johnson, Kelin S 6-0 197 3/22/1985 R Georgia Daytona Beach, Fla. FA-'08

22 Jones, Julius RB 5-10 208 8/14/1981 5 Notre Dame Big Stone Gap, Va. UFA(Dal)-'08

64 Jones, Nick C 6-3 305 7/5/1985 1 Georgia Bowdon, Ga. FA-'08

71 Jones, Walter T 6-5 325 1/19/1974 12 Florida State Aliceville, Ala. D1(b)-'97

82 Kent, Jordan WR 6-4 219 7/24/1984 2 Oregon Eugene, Ore D6(b)-'07

97 Kerney, Patrick DE 6-5 272 12/30/1976 10 Virginia Newtown, Pa. UFA(Atl)-'07

34 Kirtman, David FB 6-0 238 2/12/1983 3 USC Mercer Island, Wash. D5-'06

50 Laury, Lance LB 6-2 237 1/17/1982 3 South Carolina Hopkins, S.C. FA-'06

58 Lewis, D.D. LB 6-1 241 1/8/1979 7 Texas Houston, Texas FA-'08

47 Lindsey, Tim LS 6-4 253 7/23/1983 1 West Virginia Bridgeport, W. Va. FA-'08

75 Locklear, Sean T 6-4 308 5/29/1981 5 North Carolina State Lumberton, N.C. D3-'04

10 Mare, Olindo K 5-11 190 6/6/1973 13 Syracuse Cooper City, Fla. FA-'08

92 Mebane, Brandon DT 6-1 314 1/15/1985 2 California Los Angeles, Calif. D3-'07

20 Morris, Maurice RB 5-11 216 12/1/1979 7 Oregon Chester, S.C. D2(a)-'02

63 Murray, Pat G 6-3 310 10/31/1984 1 Truman State Pocahontas, Iowa FA-'08

46 Newton, Joe TE 6-7 258 10/15/1983 2 Oregon State Roseburg, Ore. FA-'07

87 Obomanu, Ben WR 6-0 206 10/30/1983 3 Auburn Selma, Ala. D7(b)-'06

19 Payne, Logan WR 6-2 205 1/21/1985 2 Minnesota Lutz, Fla. FA-'07

98 Peterson, Julian LB 6-3 240 7/28/1978 9 Michigan State Washington, D.C. UFA(SF)-'06

1 Plackemeier, Ryan P 6-3 247 3/5/1984 3 Wake Forest Bonsall, Calif. D7(a)-'06

88 Putzier, Jeb TE 6-4 251 1/20/1979 7 Boise State Eagle, Idaho UFA(Hou)-'08

25 Russell, Brian FS 6-2 210 2/5/1978 7 San Diego State West Covina, Calif. UFA(Cle)-'07

49 Sartz, Dallas LB 6-5 235 7/8/1983 1 USC Granite Bay, Calif. FA-'08

35 Schmitt, Owen FB 6-2 247 2/13/1985 R West Virginia Fairfax, Va. D5-'08

17 Shelton, Trent WR 6-0 202 9/21/1984 1 Baylor Little Rock, Ark. FA-'08

67 Sims, Rob G 6-3 312 12/6/1983 3 Ohio State Macedonia, Ohio D4-'06

65 Spencer, Chris C 6-3 312 3/28/1982 4 Mississippi Madison, Miss. D1-'05

72 Tafisi, Nu'u DE 6-2 268 6/30/1981 2 California Salt Lake City, Utah FA-'07

55 Tapp, Darryl DE 6-1 270 9/13/1984 3 Virginia Tech Chesapeake, Va. D2-'06

51 Tatupu, Lofa LB 6-0 242 11/15/1982 4 USC Wrentham, Mass. D2-'05

86 Taylor, Courtney WR 6-1 205 4/7/1984 2 Auburn Carrollton, Ala. D6(a)-'07

93 Terrill, Craig DT 6-2 295 6/27/1980 5 Purdue Lebanon, Ind. D6-'04

96 Tripplett, Larry DT 6-2 296 1/18/1979 7 Washington Los Angeles, Calif. FA-'08

23 Trufant, Marcus CB 5-11 197 12/25/1980 6 Washington State Tacoma, Wash. D1-'03

69 Vallos, Steve C/G 6-3 312 12/28/1983 2 Wake Forest Boardman, Ohio D7-'07

68 Wahle, Mike G 6-6 304 3/29/1977 11 Navy Lake Arrowhead, Calif. FA-'08

39 Wallace, C.J. SS 6-0 218 4/17/1985 2 Washington Sacramento, Calif. FA-'07

15 Wallace, Seneca QB 5-11 205 8/6/1980 6 Iowa State Sacramento, Calif. D4(a)-'03

43 Weaver, Leonard FB 6-0 242 9/23/1982 4 Carson-Newman Melbourne, Fla. FA-'05

78 Williams, Kyle T 6-6 295 3/19/1984 2 USC Dallas, Texas FA-'07

74 Willis, Ray T 6-6 315 8/13/1982 4 Florida State Angleton, Texas D4-'05

26 Wilson, Josh CB 5-9 192 3/11/1985 2 Maryland Upper Marlboro, Md. D2-'07

77 Womack, Floyd T 6-4 328 11/15/1978 8 Mississippi State Cleveland, Miss. D4(c)-'01

66 Wrotto, Mansfield G 6-3 320 10/12/1984 2 Georgia Tech Snellville, Ga. D4(b)-'07 **

COACHES

2008 Seattle Seahawks Alphabetical Roster Head Coach: **Mike Holmgren (10th year), Gil Haskell (Asst. Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator), John Marshall (Defensive Coordinator),

Chris Beake (Quality Control/Offense), Dwaine Board (Defensive Line), Mike Clark (Head Strength & Conditioning), Mike DeBord (Asst.

Offensive Line), Bruce DeHaven (Special Teams), Kasey Dunn (Running Backs), Keith Gilbertson (Wide Receivers), Tom Headlee (Quality

Control/Defense), John Jamison (Special Teams Asst.), Darren Krein (Asst. Strength & Conditioning), Bill Lazor (Quarterbacks), Jim Lind

(Tight Ends), Larry Marmie (Asst. Defensive Backs), Jim Mora (Asst. Head Coach/Secondary), Mike Phair (Assistant Linebackers), Zerick

Rollins (Linebackers), Mike Solari (Offensive Line). **

No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate Exp College Hometown Acquired **

1 Ryan Plackemeier P 6-3 247 3/5/1984 3 Wake Forest Bonsall, Calif. D7(a)-'06

3 Reggie Hodges P 6-0 226 1/26/1982 2 Ball State Champaign, Ill. FA-'08

5 Charlie Frye QB 6-4 217 8/28/1981 4 Akron Willard, Ohio T(Cle)-'07

7 Brandon Coutu K 5-11 188 9/29/1984 R Georgia Lawrenceville, Ga. D7(b)-'08

8 Matt Hasselbeck QB 6-4 225 9/25/1975 10 Boston College Westwood, Mass. T(GB)-'01

9 Dalton Bell QB 6-3 210 3/9/1983 1 West Texas A&M Canyon, Texas W(GB)-'08

10 Olindo Mare K 5-11 190 6/6/1973 13 Syracuse Cooper City, Fla. FA-'08

15 Seneca Wallace QB 5-11 205 8/6/1980 6 Iowa State Sacramento, Calif. D4(a)-'03

16 Michael Bumpus WR 5-11 194 12/13/1985 R Washington State Culver City, Calif. FA-'08

17 Trent Shelton WR 6-0 202 9/21/1984 1 Baylor Little Rock, Ark. FA-'08

18 Bryan Gilmore WR 6-1 200 7/21/1978 9 Midwestern State Lufkin, Texas FA-'08

19 Logan Payne WR 6-2 205 1/21/1985 2 Minnesota Lutz, Fla. FA-'07

20 Maurice Morris RB 5-11 216 12/1/1979 7 Oregon Chester, S.C. D2(a)-'02

21 Kelly Jennings CB 5-11 180 11/30/1982 3 Miami Live Oak, Fla. D1-'06

22 Julius Jones RB 5-10 208 8/14/1981 5 Notre Dame Big Stone Gap, Va. UFA(Dal)-'08

23 Marcus Trufant CB 5-11 197 12/25/1980 6 Washington State Tacoma, Wash. D1-'03

24 Deon Grant SS 6-2 215 3/14/1979 9 Tennessee Augusta, Ga. UFA(Jac)-'07

25 Brian Russell FS 6-2 210 2/5/1978 7 San Diego State West Covina, Calif. UFA(Cle)-'07

26 Josh Wilson CB 5-9 192 3/11/1985 2 Maryland Upper Marlboro, Md. D2-'07

27 Jordan Babineaux SS 6-0 206 8/31/1982 5 Southern Arkansas Port Arthur, Texas FA-'04

29 Marquis Floyd CB 6-0 190 3/17/1980 1 West Georgia Monroe, Ga. FA-'08

30 Justin Forsett RB 5-8 194 10/14/1985 R California Arlington, Texas D7(a)-'08

32 Kevin Hobbs CB 6-0 188 4/30/1983 2 Auburn Tampa, Fla. FA-'07

33 Kelin Johnson S 6-0 197 3/22/1985 R Georgia Daytona Beach, Fla. FA-'08

34 David Kirtman FB 6-0 238 2/12/1983 3 USC Mercer Island, Wash. D5-'06

35 Owen Schmitt FB 6-2 247 2/13/1985 R West Virginia Fairfax, Va. D5-'08

36 Jamar Adams S 6-2 212 11/29/1985 R Michigan Charlotte, N.C. FA-'08

39 C.J. Wallace SS 6-0 218 4/17/1985 2 Washington Sacramento, Calif. FA-'07

43 Leonard Weaver FB 6-0 242 9/23/1982 4 Carson-Newman Melbourne, Fla. FA-'05

44 David Hawthorne LB 6-0 240 5/14/1985 R Texas Christian Corsicana, Texas FA-'08

45 T.J. Duckett RB 6-0 254 2/17/1981 7 Michigan State Kalamazoo, Mich. UFA(Det)-'08

46 Joe Newton TE 6-7 258 10/15/1983 2 Oregon State Roseburg, Ore. FA-'07

47 Tim Lindsey LS 6-4 253 7/23/1983 1 West Virginia Bridgeport, W. Va. FA-'08

49 Dallas Sartz LB 6-5 235 7/8/1983 1 USC Granite Bay, Calif. FA-'08

50 Lance Laury LB 6-2 237 1/17/1982 3 South Carolina Hopkins, S.C. FA-'06

51 Lofa Tatupu LB 6-0 242 11/15/1982 4 USC Wrentham, Mass. D2-'05

52 Jason Babin DE 6-3 267 5/24/1980 5 Western Michigan Paw Paw, Mich. T(Hou)-'07

55 Darryl Tapp DE 6-1 270 9/13/1984 3 Virginia Tech Chesapeake, Va. D2-'06

56 Leroy Hill LB 6-1 238 9/14/1982 4 Clemson Haddock, Ga. D3(b)-'05

57 Ben Claxton C 6-2 300 7/30/1980 4 Mississippi Dublin, Ga. FA-'08

58 D.D. Lewis LB 6-1 241 1/8/1979 7 Texas Houston, Texas FA-'08

59 Baraka Atkins DE 6-4 268 9/28/1984 2 Miami Sarasota, Fla. D4(a)-'07

60 Kevin Brown DT 6-2 303 7/8/1985 R UCLA Los Angeles, Calif. FA-'08

63 Pat Murray G 6-3 310 10/31/1984 1 Truman State Pocahontas, Iowa FA-'08

64 Nick Jones C 6-3 305 7/5/1985 1 Georgia Bowdon, Ga. FA-'08

65 Chris Spencer C 6-3 312 3/28/1982 4 Mississippi Madison, Miss. D1-'05

66 Mansfield Wrotto G 6-3 320 10/12/1984 2 Georgia Tech Snellville, Ga. D4(b)-'07

67 Rob Sims G 6-3 312 12/6/1983 3 Ohio State Macedonia, Ohio D4-'06

68 Mike Wahle G 6-6 304 3/29/1977 11 Navy Lake Arrowhead, Calif. FA-'08

69 Steve Vallos C/G 6-3 312 12/28/1983 2 Wake Forest Boardman, Ohio D7-'07

71 Walter Jones T 6-5 325 1/19/1974 12 Florida State Aliceville, Ala. D1(b)-'97

72 Nu'u Tafisi DE 6-2 268 6/30/1981 2 California Salt Lake City, Utah FA-'07

74 Ray Willis T 6-6 315 8/13/1982 4 Florida State Angleton, Texas D4-'05

75 Sean Locklear T 6-4 308 5/29/1981 5 North Carolina State Lumberton, N.C. D3-'04

76 Samuel Gutekunst T 6-6 317 5/20/1984 1 n/a Karlsruhe, Germany FA-'08

77 Floyd Womack T 6-4 328 11/15/1978 8 Mississippi State Cleveland, Miss. D4(c)-'01

78 Kyle Williams T 6-6 295 3/19/1984 2 USC Dallas, Texas FA-'07

79 Red Bryant DT 6-4 318 4/18/1984 R Texas A&M Jasper, Texas D4-'08

81 Nate Burleson WR 6-0 198 8/19/1981 6 Nevada Seattle, Wash. RFA(Min)-'06

82 Jordan Kent WR 6-4 219 7/24/1984 2 Oregon Eugene, Ore D6(b)-'07

83 Deion Branch WR 5-9 192 7/18/1979 7 Louisville Albany, Ga. T(NE)-'06

84 Bobby Engram WR 5-10 192 1/7/1973 13 Penn State Camden, S.C. UFA(Chi)-'01

85 Will Heller TE 6-6 270 2/28/1981 6 Georgia Tech Dunwoody, Ga. UFA(TB)-'06

86 Courtney Taylor WR 6-1 205 4/7/1984 2 Auburn Carrollton, Ala. D6(a)-'07

87 Ben Obomanu WR 6-0 206 10/30/1983 3 Auburn Selma, Ala. D7(b)-'06

88 Jeb Putzier TE 6-4 251 1/20/1979 7 Boise State Eagle, Idaho UFA(Hou)-'08

89 John Carlson TE 6-5 251 5/12/1984 R Notre Dame Litchfield, Minn. D2-'08

91 Chris Cooper DE 6-5 285 12/27/1977 8 Nebraska-Omaha Lincoln, Neb. FA-'08

92 Brandon Mebane DT 6-1 314 1/15/1985 2 California Los Angeles, Calif. D3-'07

93 Craig Terrill DT 6-2 295 6/27/1980 5 Purdue Lebanon, Ind. D6-'04

94 Howard Green DT 6-2 320 1/12/1979 4 LSU Donaldsonville, La. FA-'07

95 Lawrence Jackson DE 6-4 271 8/30/1985 R USC Inglewood, Calif. D1-'08

96 Larry Tripplett DT 6-2 296 1/18/1979 7 Washington Los Angeles, Calif. FA-'08

97 Patrick Kerney DE 6-5 272 12/30/1976 10 Virginia Newtown, Pa. UFA(Atl)-'07

98 Julian Peterson LB 6-3 240 7/28/1978 9 Michigan State Washington, D.C. UFA(SF)-'06

99 Rocky Bernard DT 6-3 308 4/19/1979 7 Texas A&M Baytown, Texas D5(a)-'02 **

Injured Reserve **

28 DeMichael Dizer CB 5-11 183 2/23/1985 R Grambling Sterlington, La. FA-'08

48 Tyler Schmitt LS 6-2 246 3/25/1986 R San Diego State Peoria, Ariz. D6-'08

53 Wesly Mallard LB 6-1 230 11/21/1978 6 Oregon Hinesville, Ga. FA-'08

62 Chris Gray G 6-4 305 6/19/1970 16 Auburn Birmingham, Ala. UFA(Chi)-'98

73 William Robinson T 6-5 297 12/20/1984 R San Diego State Pomona, Calif. FA-'08 **

Physically Unable to Perform **

54 Will Herring LB 6-3 235 8/28/1983 2 Auburn Opelika, Ala. D5-'07 **

2008 Seattle Seahawks Numerical Roster

No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate Exp College Hometown Acquired **

16 Michael Bumpus WR 5-11 194 12/13/1985 R Washington State Culver City, Calif. FA-'08

17 Trent Shelton WR 6-0 202 9/21/1984 1 Baylor Little Rock, Ark. FA-'08

18 Bryan Gilmore WR 6-1 200 7/21/1978 9 Midwestern State Lufkin, Texas FA-'08

19 Logan Payne WR 6-2 205 1/21/1985 2 Minnesota Lutz, Fla. FA-'07

81 Nate Burleson WR 6-0 198 8/19/1981 6 Nevada Seattle, Wash. RFA(Min)-'06

82 Jordan Kent WR 6-4 219 7/24/1984 2 Oregon Eugene, Ore D6(b)-'07

83 Deion Branch WR 5-9 192 7/18/1979 7 Louisville Albany, Ga. T(NE)-'06