On this date: Charlie Rogers runs into Seahawks' record book

A look at some memorable moments in Seahawks history that occurred on Oct. 15.

A look at some memorable moments in Seahawks history that occurred on Oct. 15:

2000: Charlie Rogers sets a then-club record with 198 kickoff-return yards, and has 215 return yards overall, in a 37-24 loss to the Colts at Husky Stadium. He has an 81-yard kickoff return and averages 33.0 yards on his six returns. Rogers' record has since been surpassed by Leon Washington twice (253 vs. the Chargers and 222 vs. the 49ers, both in 2010) and Maurice Morris (231 vs. the Rams in 2002).

2006: Josh Brown kicks a 54-yard field goal as time expires to beat the Rams 30-28 in St. Louis. Brown also has a pair of 49-yarders in the game. The Rams take a 28-27 lead on Marc Bulger's 67-yard TD pass to Torrey Holt with less than two minutes to play, but Matt Hasselbeck completes three passes for 41 yards on the ensuing position to get Brown close enough for the game-winner.

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