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4th of July Fireworks: Revisiting Longest Touchdowns in Seahawks History

Celebrating July 4 with a Seahawks spin, reporter Corbin Smith looks back at the longest touchdowns produced on offense, defense, and special teams in franchise history.

As people around the United States celebrate Independence Day on July 4, the NFL finds itself in the midst of a moratorium. With OTAs and minicamps wrapping up several weeks ago and training camp still weeks away, there's nothing football related going on in the darkest period of the offseason.

With no football to speak of going on at the moment and fireworks set to explode through the night across the country on Monday, now is the perfect time to revisit moments in Seahawks history when players ignited fireworks of their own with record-setting plays over the years.

Celebrating the holiday in stride by reliving some of the franchise's greatest moments, here's a look at which current/former Seahawks produced the longest touchdowns in team history.


Over the past three seasons, like many kickers at a position prone to regression year-to-year, Myers has been plagued at times by inconsistency. But he couldn't have been more perfect during the 2020 season, nailing all 24 of his field goal attempts and eventually surpassing Olindo Mare for the franchise record in consecutive field goals made. Among those 24 kicks to split the uprights two years ago, the veteran place kicker made history in a loss to the Rams in Los Angeles with the longest kick of his career. Down seven points with only two seconds left in the first half, Myers booted a 61-yard field goal that managed to barely sneak just over the crossbar, cutting the deficit to four points heading into intermission.

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