After climbing to .500 with a 20-17 Monday Night Football victory, the 7-7 Seahawks face the 5-9 Tennessee Titans on the road in Week 16. Here are some of the top players to sport both franchises jerseys in their careers.
QB Dave Krieg
Seahawks Legend Dave Krieg played 19 seasons in the NFL, starting with Seattle in 1980 after going undrafted. The Milton College alum spent 12 seasons with the Seahawks, throwing for 26,132 yards and 195 touchdowns. In 1992, Krieg joined the Kansas City Chiefs for two seasons, before moving on with the Detroit Lions in 1994. Krieg spent a season each with the Arizona Cardinals and Chicago Bears before joining the then-Tennessee Oilers in 1997. The Schofield, Wisconsin native spent the final-two seasons of his career with Tennessee, retiring at 40.
QB Matt Hasselbeck
Boston College alum Matt Hasselbeck spent 17 seasons in the NFL with four franchises after being selected in the sixth round of the 1998 NFL Draft by the Green Bay Packers. Hasselbeck had just 29 pass attempts in two seasons with Green Bay before joining the Seahawks in 2001. After taking over the starting job in Seattle, Hasselbeck rose to become a three-time Pro-Bowl selection (2003, 2005, 2007), leading Seattle to a Super Bowl XL appearance against the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2005. Hasselbeck spent 10 seasons with Seattle before joining the Titans in 2011. Hasselbeck started 21 games in two seasons in Tennessee, throwing for 4,938 yards and 25 touchdowns. The Westwood, Massachusetts native would spend the final-three seasons of his career with the Indianapolis Colts.
G Steve Hutchinson
In 2020, Seahawks Legend Steve Hutchinson was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Seattle selected the University of Michigan alum No. 17 overall in 2001. Hutchinson became an immediate starter as a rookie, starting all 68 contests he played through five seasons with the Seahawks. Hutchinson would earn First Team All-Pro honors in 2003 before repeating in 2005, helping Seattle reach Super Bowl XL. In 2006, Hutchinson signed with the Minnesota Vikings, earning All-Pro honors in four of six seasons with the franchise. In 2012, Hutchinson signed with the Titans, starting all 12 games of his final professional season.
C Kevin Mawae
In 2019, Louisiana State alum Kevin Mawae was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, following a 16-year career with three franchises. Seattle selected Mawae in the second round of the 1994 draft, starting 59 games across four seasons at guard and later center. Mawae would remain at center for the rest of his career, but he would move on to the New York Jets in 1998. It was in the Big Apple where he'd earn Pro Bowl honors in five of eight seasons with the franchise. In 2006, Mawae joined the Titans, earning Pro Bowl honors twice (2007, 2008) across the final four seasons of his career.
QB Warren Moon
University of Washington alum Warren Moon is the only player to be inducted to both the Pro Football Hall of Fame and Canadian Football Hall of Fame. Moon earned the 1978 Rose Bowl MVP, after leading the Huskies to a 27-20 victory over the University of Michigan. Despite this accomplishment, Moon went undrafted that year, opting to sign with the Edmonton Eskimos of the CFL. Moon would lead Edmonton to five consecutive Grey Cup Championships (1978-1982), earning the league's Most Outstanding Player award in 1983.
In 1984, Moon joined the Houston Oilers, and earned his first Pro Bowl selection in 1988. In 1990, Moon would throw for 4,689 yards and 33 touchdowns, earning the league's Offensive Player of the Year honor. After spending 10 seasons with the franchise, Moon joined the Minnesota Vikings in 1994 via trade. Moon would throw for over 10,000 passing yards in 39 starts with the team, before signing with the Seahawks in 1997. At 41 years old, Moon threw for 3,678 yards and 25 touchdowns in his first season with Seattle, earning the last Pro Bowl selection of his career. After two seasons in the Pacific-Northwest, Moon closed out his career with three games played as a Kansas City Chief.
The Seahawks and Titans face off on Sunday, Dec. 24, 2023. Kickoff is set for 10 a.m. PT. Take a look back through history at the Seahawks' matchups against the Titans.