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The Seahawks underwent a radical uniform redesign in 2002 as they prepared to move back to the NFC West and into their new outdoor stadium.
Chief among those changes was a new navy blue helmet with a dark navy blue facemask. The totemic Seahawk logo was also redone in the team's new colors, with a lighter "Seahawks Blue" replacing the original kelly green. The new logo also appeared to be more aggressive, with a more forward-arching, lime green eye, and a more hooked beak.
As with the original silver Seahawk helmet, the logo wrapped around to the back of the helmet on either side, but was separate in the middle. A new Seahawks wordmark was also developed, and was added in navy blue on the back bumper.
The Seahawks proposed wearing two different helmets as part of their 2002 uniform alterations, but the NFL wouldn't allow it. The road helmets would have had the new, more predatory-looking Seahawk logo and navy blue facemask, but on a silver helmet—ostensibly an homage to the club's original lid from 1976-2011.