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Saturday travel advisory

Post by News Tribune Staff on Sep. 29, 2006 at 11:33 pm with 7 Comments »
September 29, 2006 11:33 pm

Saturday is a travel day for me. I’ll be arriving in Chicago sometime in the early evening. The plan is to check in here Saturday night.

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  1. registrationstinks says:

    Much has been said about Chicago having more to prove with this game than the Seahawks as the team to beat. I don’t see that being the case, especially for the Hawks D, as they want to use the Bears D as a measuring stick. I also expect the offense to be extra motivated to prove themselves on a national stage, that they are still a Superbowl team, even WITHOUT Shaun Alexander. I look for Branch to also be extremely motivated to prove to the Hawks and the world that he is worth the $ and the 1st round pick. Get the ball in his hands early and often…. horizontal, vertical passes, doesn’t really matter, as he has fresh legs and can pull a Steve Smith at any given moment.

  2. largent80 says:

    Have a safe flight…

    BTW….O’Hare airport SUCKS and is extremely famous for long layovers.

    I should know 2 weeks ago I spent 12 hours there.

  3. raymaines says:

    Mike,

    You do fly first class don’t you? And have a helicopter waiting to fly you from the airport to your ***** hotel, and then a limo ride to/from the game? Ah, the VIP lifestyle. What a guy!

  4. rwolgemuth says:

    wonder jpete will switch to #58 now that it is available, similar to #98 he used to wear w/niners. word is he doesn’t like #59.

  5. Thanks for the link, reg.

  6. It’s official.

    9/30/2006 Released LB Isaiah Kacyvenski. Signed RB Marquis Weeks from practice squad to active roster.

    http://www.seahawks.com/transactions.aspx?SecID=40

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