List of Seattle Seahawks Records

List Of Seattle Seahawks Records

This is a list of career and single-season Seattle Seahawks team records.

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... Most Blocked Field Goals Joe Nash, 3 (1989) Most Blocked PATs Mike White, 2 (1981) Most Combined Kick Returns Charlie Rogers, 92 (2000) Most Kick Return Yards Josh Wilson, 1,753 (2008) Most Kick Return Touchdowns Joey Galloway, 2 (1998) Most Combined Attempts Shaun Alexander, 385 (2005) Most Combined Attempts, Rookie Curt Warner, 379 (1983) Most Combined Net Yards Gained Charlie Rogers, 1,992 (2000) Most Combined Net Yards Gained, Rookie Curt Warner, 1,774 (1983) Most Fumbles Dave Krieg, 18 (1989) Most Opponents' Fumbles Recovered Nesby Glasgow, 5 (1989) Most Interceptions By, Rookie Michael Boulware, 5 (2004) Most Interception Yards Returned Dave Brown, 179 (1984) Most Kickoff Returns Charlie Rogers, 60 (2000) Most Kickoff Return Yards Gained Charlie Rogers, 1,629 (2000) Most Kickoff Return Yards, Rookie Rufus Crawford, 829 (1978) Highest Kickoff Return Average Steve Broussard, 26.93 (1998) Most Kickoff Return Touchdowns, Leon Washington, 3 (2010) Lowest %, Passes Had Intercepted Rick Mirer, 1.84 (1994) Highest Pass Rating Russell Wilson, 100.0 (2012) Highest Pass Rating, Rookie Russell Wilson, 100.0 (2012) Most Passes Attempted Dave Krieg, 532 (1985) Most Passes Attempted, Rookie Rick Mirer, 486 (1993) Most Passes Completed, Rookie Rick Mirer, 274 (1993) Highest Completion Percentage Dave Krieg, 65.61 (1991) Highest Completion %, Rookie Russell Wilson, 64.1 (2012) Most Passing Yards Gained Matt Hasselbeck, 3,966 (2007) Most Passing Yards Gained, Rookie Russell Wilson, 3118 (2012) Most Games, 300 or More Yards Passing Matt Hasselbeck, 4 (2002 and 2003) Highest Passing Average Gain Dave Krieg, 8.8 (1983) Highest Passing Average Gain, Rookie Russell Wilson, 7.9 (2012) Most Touchdown Passes Dave Krieg, 32 (1984) Most Games, 4 or More TD Passes Dave Krieg, 3 (1985) Highest %, TD Passes Dave Krieg, 7.89 (1988) Highest %, TD Passes, Rookie Russell Wilson, 6.6 (2012) Most Passes Had Intercepted Jim Zorn, 27 (1976) Lowest %, Passes Had Intercepted, Rookie Russell Wilson, 2.2 (2012) Most Punt Returns Will Lewis, 41 (1980) Most Punt Returns, Rookie Joey Galloway, 36 (1995) Most Punt Return Yards Gained Bobby Joe Edmonds, 419 (1986) Most Punt Return Yards Gained, Rookie Bobby Joe Edmonds, 419 (1986) Highest Punt Return Average, Rookie Charlie Rogers, 14.45 (1999) Most Punt Returns for Touchdown Joey Galloway, 2 (1998) Highest Punt Return Average Charlie Rogers, 14.45 (1999) Most Punt Return Fair Catches Chris Warren, 25 (1992) Most Punts Rick Tuten, 108 (1992) (Tied for 3rd in NFL History) Most Punts, Rookie Rick Engles, 80 (1976) Highest Punting Average Rick Tuten, 45 (1995) Highest Punting Average, Rookie Ruben Rodriguez, 40 (1987) Highest Punting Net Average Rick Tuten, 38.7 (1992) Most Punts Inside the 20 Jeff Feagles, 34 (1999) Most Punting Touchbacks Jeff Feagles, 12 (1998) Most Punts Had Blocked Herman Weaver, 3 (1979) Most Pass Receptions Bobby Engram, 94 (2007) Most Pass Receptions, Rookie Joey Galloway, 67 (1995) Most Receiving Yards Gained Steve Largent, 1,287 (1985) Most Receiving Yards, Rookie Joey Galloway, 1,039 (1995) Most Games, 100 or More Yards, Receiving Steve Largent, 6 (1979) Most Receiving Touchdowns Daryl Turner, 13 (1985) Highest Average Per Reception Steve Largent, 18.74 (1979) Most Receiving Touchdowns, Rookie Daryl Turner, 10 (1984) Most Rushing Attempts Shaun Alexander, 370 (2005) Most Rushing Attempts, Rookie Curt Warner, 335 (1983) Most Rushing Yards Gained Shaun Alexander, 1,880 (2005) Most Rushing Yards Gained, Rookie Curt Warner, 1,449 (1983) Most Games, 100 or More Yards Rushing Shaun Alexander, 11 (2005) Highest Rushing Average Gain Shaun Alexander, 5.08 (2005) Most Rushing Touchdowns Shaun Alexander, 27 (2005) (2nd in NFL History) Most Rushing Touchdowns, Rookie Curt Warner, 13 (1983) Most Sacks Michael Sinclair, 16.5 (1998) Most Points Shaun Alexander, 168 (2005) Most Points, Rookie Josh Brown, 114 (2003) Most Touchdowns Shaun Alexander, 28 (2005) Most Touchdowns, Rookie Curt Warner, 14 (1983) Most Points After Touchdown Attempted Josh Brown, 57 (2005) Most Points After Touchdown Josh Brown, 56 (2005) Most Points After Touchdown, No Misses Josh Brown, 48 (2003) Most Two-Point Conversions Made Lamar Smith, 3 (1996) Most Field Goals Attempted Todd Peterson, 40 (1999) Most Field Goals Todd Peterson, 34 (1999) Most Field Goals, Rookie John Kasay, 25 (1991) Highest Field Goal % Josh Brown, 92 (2004) Most Safeties Rod Stephens, 2 (1993) (ties NFL record) Most Tackles Terry Beeson, 153 (1978). ...

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