Curt Warner was inducted into the Ring of Honor on November 27, 1994, after a career that spanned seven years from 1983-89 and saw him hold every Seahawks rushing record when he was done. Immediately thrust into the Seahawks' lineup his rookie season, Warner would rush for 1,449 yards and 13 touchdowns highlighted by a then-Seahawks record 207-yard effort against Kansas City. The season was capped off by being named a starter in the Pro Bowl, 1983 AFC Player of the Year by the Washington D.C. Touchdown Club and NFLPA, AFC Offensive Player of the Year by the NFLPA and UPI, second-team All-NFL by the AP and Football Digest and first-team All-Rookie by Pro Football Digest and Pro Football Weekly. After suffering a season-ending injury in the first game of 1984, Curt would bounce back in 1985 rushing for 1,094 yards and being named the NFL's Comeback Player of the Year by Sports Illustrated. Warner would not look back his final three seasons leading the team in rushing each year, averaging 1,164 a season and 10 touchdowns, including a then-Seahawks record four touchdowns vs. Denver in 1988. Warner would be named to two more Pro Bowls (1986-87) bringing his career total to three, and was named AFC Offensive Player of the Year by the UPI in 1986, and first-team All-NFL by Sports Illustrated in 1987. He finished his career with 6,705 yards rushing on 1,649 carries with 62 touchdowns. He is currently second all-time in Seahawks history in attempts (1,649), third in rushing yards (6,705) and touchdowns (55) and fourth in total touchdowns (62).