List of Seattle Seahawks broadcasters

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As of 2013, the Seahawks' flagship stations are 710 KIRO-AM and 97.3 KIRO-FM. 710 AM is the only AM radio station the team has ever been affiliated with, although it has been simulcast on various FM radio stations co-owned with KIRO. Current announcers are former Seahawks receiver Steve Raible (who was the team's color commentator from 1982–2003) and Warren Moon, a former NFL quarterback. Pete Gross, who called the games from 1976 until just days before his death from cancer in 1992, is a member of the team's Ring of Honor. Games are heard on 46 stations in five states and Canada.

Past[edit]

Past announcers include: Steve Thomas (Radio: 1992–1997), Lee Hamilton also known as "Hacksaw" (Radio: 1998–1999), and Brian Davis (Radio: 2000–2003). Preseason games not shown on national networks are televised by Seattle's local Fox affiliate, KCPQ-TV channel 13. Curt Menefee is the current preseason voice of the Seahawks, while Brock Huard provides color commentary on preseason telecasts.[1]

Radio broadcasters[edit]

Years Flagship station Play-by-play Color commentator
1976 KIRO Pete Gross Don Heinrich and Wayne Cody
1977–1981 Don Heinrich
1982–1992 Steve Raible
1992–1997 Steve Thomas
1998–1999 Lee Hamilton
2000–2003 Brian Davis
2004–2017 Steve Raible Warren Moon

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Seahawks Announce 2013 Broadcasting Teams and Network Information." Seahawks.com. Seattle Seahawks, 24 July 2013. Web. 22 Aug. 2013.