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Seahawks WR Steve Largent (1976-1989)
The most striking change to the Seahawks jersey in 1983 came on the sleeves. The white TV numbers on the blue home jerseys were moved to the shoulders, and the stripes were replaced by the same Seahawk head logo featured on the helmet.
The pants remained the same as before, gray with green-white-blue-white-green vertical stripes. The cleats were white, while the original white socks with alternating color stripes were replaced by blue socks that shifted to white further down the leg.
The original all-blue yoke or collar around the neck was replaced by a blue-white-green-white-green-white-blue striping sequence, and an NFL shield was also added below the collar in 1991.
A 10th anniversary Seahawks logo was added to the Seahawks pants for the 1985 season, according to Seahawks Uni History. A 75th NFL anniversary logo was worn on both the home and road jerseys in 1994, while the Seahawks also wore their original uniforms at certain points that season (minus the gray facemasks.)
A commemorative Seahawks 25th anniversary patch was worn on both jerseys during the 2000 season.