The Seahawks family is dismayed by the unacceptable act of violence that occurred against George Floyd last week in Minneapolis and grieve that loss, along with countless others in a similar manner, including most recently Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery. Our heartfelt condolences are extended to their families, and every other family that has had to endure the pain from similar atrocities. These biased actions are systemic and have plagued our society for generations and have culminated to the current state of unrest we are experiencing. The Seahawks are guided by overall principles of acceptance and understanding that help us create a culture of respect, equality and inclusiveness both on and off the field. We, as an organization and as individuals, represent and respect a wide range of human differences, personal experiences and cultural backgrounds. We stand with Seattle, and every community in uniting to help heal our society and overcome the hurt, anger and frustration through peaceful protests and acts of togetherness. With that, to further aid in the solution the Seahawks players will begin the process of determining recipients for grants from the Seahawks Players Equality & Justice for All Action Fund in the amount of $500k. We hope to advance conversations related to reformation in our nation's current policies regarding hiring and training within law enforcement, judiciary protections and accountability, and for advanced education related to the history of race in America.
King County Elections, CenturyLink Field, and Seattle Seahawks Open Vote Center This Saturday at CenturyLink Field Event Center
Voters who still need to register to vote, get a replacement ballot, or receive other assistance in casting their ballot can visit CenturyLink Field Event Center on Saturday, October 31, Monday, November 2, and Tuesday, November 3.
Seahawks Support Crucial Catch Campaign for Cancer Awareness and Early Detection, in Collaboration with Virginia Mason and CHI Franciscan
Team to host annual Crucial Catch game October 11
CenturyLink Field Achieves GBAC STAR™ Facility Accreditation, Industry's Gold Standard for Venue Sanitization Amid COVID-19
Stadium Implements New Operational Measures for Maximum Health and Safety
Seahawks and Walmart+ Partner to 'Plus Up' Game Day for Community Heroes
Amid a Fan-less Home Opener, COVID-19 Response Doctor to Attend Seahawks Game as Honorary "12" and Raise the 12 Flag
Philanthropy, Seahawks, Microsoft, Puget Sound Energy and State Officials Team Up to Support New Digital Equity Initiative
Hosted by the All In WA relief effort, the initiative aims to close gaps in digital access as schools return to session
Seattle Seahawks and CLEAR Announce Partnership to Create Safer Return to Football
Innovative, Secure Biometric "Health Pass by CLEAR" Technology Will Help Manage Health Risk and Safer Return to the Field
Seattle Seahawks And Levy Partner To Elevate The First & Goal Hospitality Experience At CenturyLink Field
FareStart Partners With Seattle Seahawks, First & Goal Hospitality And Other Local Organizations To Provide Emergency Meals During COVID-19 Pandemic
Up to 50,000 meals per day will be provided to King County's most vulnerable populations.
Seahawks Announce UnitedHealthcare 2019 High School Coach Of The Year
Seahawks Name Tumwater High School's Bill Beattie as High School Coach of the Year
Bobby Wagner Named Seahawks' Nominee for Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award
Bobby Wagner has been announced as the Seattle Seahawks nominee for the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award which recognizes an NFL player for their outstanding community service activities off the field, as well as excellence on the field.