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Category: Schedules and calendars

Feb.
2nd

Seahawks victory parade scheduled for Wednesday

The Seahawks released information regarding a parade on Wednesday. Here is the release:

The Seahawks invite fans to join them for a victory parade in downtown Seattle on Wednesday, Feb. 5.

The parade will begin at 11 a.m.

The team will announce more specific information tomorrow afternoon.

The team is scheduled to land in Seattle tomorrow afternoon.

Due to safety concerns, there will be no access for fans to view the team plane landing at Sea-Tac Airport.

Unlike the team’s departure, there will be no access or staging areas for fans to line up along 188th Street South in SeaTac

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June
24th

Hawks announce training camp dates

The Seattle Seahawks announced training camp dates that will be open to the public this afternoon.

The Seahawks will host 14 practices open to the public at the VMAC, beginning on July 25 and ending Aug. 14. To register to attend a practice, click here.

Registration begins this Thursday at 10 a. However, pre-sale for season ticket holders started this afternoon. And Blue Pride members can register on Wednesday, beginning at 10 a.m.

According to the team’s press release, registration is available on a first-come, first-served basis and fans 15 years or younger must be accompanied by an adult.

A $7 transportation fee will be charged per person, as fans will be required to park at an off-site location and shuttled to VMAC before and after each practice. The VMAC parking lot will be closed to the public.

The Seahawks have partnered with The Landing Shopping Center in Renton to serve as the Seahawks Training Camp Parking and Transportation Center. Guests will receive transportation transfers and training camp passes upon check-in at the Seahawks Training Camp Guest Services Center which is located at 910 North 10th Place, Suite B, Renton, WA 98057.

Here’s the full list of practices open to the public.

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June
10th

Hawks training camp set to begin July 25

The Seattle Seahawks are tentatively scheduled to kickoff training camp on July 25. This date makes sense, because according to league rules, teams cannot open training camp to veterans until 15 days before the team’s first preseason game.

The Seahawks play at San Diego in the team’s first exhibition game on Aug.8 – 15 days after the team’s scheduled start of training camp.

So this week’s three-day, mandatory minicamp will complete the Seahawks’ offseason activities. Here’s the three-day schedule:

Tuesday practice – 1:30-3:30 p.m.
Wednesday practice – 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.
Thursday practice – 11:30 to 1:15 p.m.

Minicamp practices are NOT open to the public. The Seahawks have yet to release a schedule of training camp practice dates open to the public. But we will pass along that information as soon as it’s available.

April
18th

Seahawks announce 2013 regular season schedule, which include four nationally televised games

San Francisco 49ers' Vernon Davis, left, is hit by Seattle Seahawks' Kam Chancellor, right, during a reception attempt in the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Dec. 23, 2012, in Seattle. (AP Photo/John Froschauer)
San Francisco 49ers’ Vernon Davis, left, is hit by Seattle Seahawks’ Kam Chancellor, right, during a reception attempt in the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Dec. 23, 2012, in Seattle. (AP Photo/John Froschauer)

For a third straight season, the Seattle Seahaawks will play in a nationally televised game.

Considered one of the favorites to advance to the Super Bowl in 2013, the Seahawks have four prime-time tilts, the team announced this afternoon.

Seattle played in three nationally televised games last year, defeating Green Bay and San Francisco at home, and losing to the 49ers on the road.

The Seahawks start the 2013 season at Carolina on Sept. 8, and open up at home a week later in a nationally televised, Sunday night contest against San Francisco on Sept. 15.

Along with the San Francisco game, the Seahawks have back-to-back, nationally televised contests, beginning with a Thursday night game against NFC West rival Arizona on the NFL Network down in the desert on Oct. 17, followed by an Oct. 28, Sunday night game at St. Louis.

Seattle also hosts New Orleans in a Monday night game on Dec. 2.

Seattle has a bye on Week 12, the latest the franchise has had a bye week.

The Seahawks also have four games in the Eastern time zone, and five 10 a.m. starts. Early morning games have been a struggle for Seattle in years past.

Check out the full schedule here.

The Seahawks have the 11th toughest schedule (.516) in the NFL heading into 2013.

Here’s a game-by-game look at the 2013 Seahawks schedule:

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March
28th

Seahawks announce off-season program dates

The NFL released the off-season workout dates for all 32 teams this afternoon.

The Seattle Seahawks begin their offseason program on April 15.

Seattle will have organized team activities (OTA days) on May 20-21; May 23; May 28-29; May 31; and June 3-6.

The Seahawks will host a mandatory minicamp from June 11-13.

Dec.
30th

Seahawks 2013 opponents

Here are the Seattle Seahawks 2013 opponents.

HOME — New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Minnesota and NFC West foes Arizona, San Francisco and St. Louis.

AWAY — Atlanta, Carolina, Houston, Indianapolis, the New York Giants and NFC West opponents Arizona, San Francisco and St. Louis.

Dec.
10th

Dec. 23 Hawks-Niners game flexed to prime time

The NFL announced this morning that the Seattle Seahawks contest against NFC West rival San Francisco on Dec. 23 at CenturyLink Field has been flexed to the Sunday night game at 5:20 p.m. on NBC.

The game originally was scheduled for a 1:25 start on Fox. The game has some appeal for a national audience because it could help decide the NFC West, with San Francisco at 9-3-1 travelling to New England on Sunday, and the Seahawks at 8-5 are 1 ½ games back playing Buffalo in Toronto.

The Seahawks last were flexed into the Sunday night game at the end of the 2010 season at home against St. Louis, a 16-6 win that earned Seattle an NFC West title.