Wow, that was pretty cool. For how much I love the current team and it's makeup, listening to Hass and Holmgren tell stories of their time together and of the team back then makes me realize how much I loved those teams just as much. Those teams helped paved the way for the Seahawks teams of now and actually believing that they can make some noise in the NFC. I love the story Hass told about him being a horrible slider, QB sneaker so Jim Zorn got John Olerud (Go Cougs!) to go and teach Matt how to slide.
He told a story about him daring Holmy to bench him back in the day and Holmgren actually putting Seneca into the game, except the defense caused an INT and Matt just ran out onto the field. He said it humbled him because Mike dialed up the aggressive play calling and Matt realized that he needed Holmgren to help him out and protect him a little more or else he was going to get killed. They had quite the dynamic, especially at first when things weren't looking too good. Afterwards, they really thrived together and had a great relationship but there were always those odd, now great (not great then) moments when Matt would do something really stupid and Holmy would have to refrain from strangling him.
It's gonna be so epic hearing Pete and Russell talk on the radio 20 years from now. Reminiscing about their glory days which were filled with Lombardi Trophies and the satisfying taste of the tears of the 49ers and their fans. And I use that term loosely.