Thursday Mar 6
On this date: Shaun Alexander re-signs after Super run
Alexander would not have another 1,000-yard rushing season before being released during the 2007 offseason, but he remains the franchise career leader in rushing yards , touchdowns and rushing attempts .
On this date: Matt Hasselbeck signed, Shaun Alexander gets franchise tag
Both would be instrumental in the Seahawks' run to the Super Bowl that season. Alexander scored a then-league record 28 touchdowns and led the NFL in rushing while being voted league MVP, while Hasselbeck passed for 3,459 yards and 24 touchdowns in compiling a career-best 98.2 passer rating.
Cincinnati Bengals cheerleader sues team
Alexa Brenneman, in a lawsuit filed Tuesday in Cincinnati and aimed at covering all Ben-Gals since 2011, said the cheer squad members put in more than 300 hours a season attending mandatory practices and charity events and performing required volunteer work but are paid a flat rate of $90 a game for cheering at 10 games during the 2013 season.
20 Reasons Why You Know You're a Fan of the Seattle Seahawks
It has been a long time coming but the Seattle Seahawks finally won their first Super Bowl title, marking a huge day for fans that have waited patiently to see it happen.
Seahawks had their best season because their best players did
Teams have their best seasons when their best players have their best seasons, as Mike Holmgren once pointed out.
On this date: Joey Galloway traded for picks that become Shaun Alexander and Koren Robinson
Galloway was the Seahawks' leading receiver in 1996, 1997 and 1998. Shaun Alexander would become the franchise's all-time leader in rushing yards and touchdowns, and also was the only player in club history to be voted league MVP in 2005.