On this date: Chuck Knox named Seahawks coach

NFL Historical Imagery

A look some memorable moments in Seahawks history that occurred on Jan. 26:

1983: Chuck Knox is named head coach. Knox previously had coached the Rams (1973-77) and Bills (1978-82), guiding seven of his 10 teams to the playoffs and winning six division titles. He would lead the Seahawks to their initial playoff berth, and the AFC Championship game, in his first season. Knox wins 80 games in nine seasons with the Seahawks and is inducted into the Ring of Honor in 2005.

1999: Mike Reinfeldt is named senior vice president, following executive VP of football operations/general manager and head coach Mike Holmgren from Green Bay to Seattle.


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