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The Seattle Seahawks is definitely well-prepared for this season. The Seattle Seahawks are known for its hyper-competitive training camp. Head Coach Pete Carroll looks at the preseason games particularly the one with the San Diego Chargers as a chance to evaluate the talents especially of the rookies and set their tone for the upcoming season. The team will have the same approach: grabbing every opportunity that comes their way.
Old faces in NFL signed with the Seahawks this year. For instance, Brady Quinn, who signed with the Seahawks in April, has played for the Cleveland Browns and Kansas City Chiefs. Seahawks will also have Tarvaris Jackson once again. The team will still have Heath Farwell (leading special-teams tackler), Malcolm Smith (strong-side linebacker), K.J. Wright (weak-side backer), and Antoine Winfield (slot receiver). Mike Morgan and Allen Bradford will still be part of the team, which will also have some new faces this season including John Lotulelei, a free agent rookie linebacker.
Early in August, the following players returned to practice after weeks of injury: Doug Baldwin, Kam Chancellor, Jeremy Lane, Kyle Knox, Sidney Rice, Robert Turbin, and Bobby Wagner. Unfortunately, Cliff Avril, Darren Fells, Bruce Irvin, Ron Parker, Michael Robinson, and Stephen Williams are still unable to perform due to injury.
The rest of the team consists of Perez Ashford, Alvin Bailey, Phil Bates, Michael Bennett, Will Blackmon, Kenneth Boatright, Michael Bowie, Michael Brooks, Brandon Browner, Red Bryant, James Carpenter, Arceto Clark, Chris Clemons, Derrick Coleman, Breno Giacomini, Clint Gresham, Winston Guy, Chris Harper, Percy Harvin, Steven Hauschka, Cooper Helfet, Jordan Hill, Jaye Howard, Lemuel Jeanpierre, Rishaw Johnson, Jeron Johnson, Jermaine Kearse, Jameson Konz, Andrei Lintz, Marshawn Lynch, Chris Maragos, Byron Maxwell, Benson Mayowa, Tony McDaniel, Clinton McDonald, Sean McGrath, Paul McQuistan, Brandon Mebane, Christine Michael, Zach Miller, John Moffitt, Kyle Nelson, Russell Okung, Martin Parker, Mile Person, Ty Powell, Jon Ryan, Oâ€™Brien Schofield, Greg Scruggs, Ryan Seymour, DeShawn Shead, Richard Sherman, Tharold Simon, Jared Smith, Brett Swain, J.R. Sweezy, Golden Tate, Earl Thomas, Walter Thurmond, Korey Toomer, Max Unger, Bryan Walters, Spencer Ware, Carson Wiggs, Craig Wilkins, Jesse Williams, Luke Willson, and Russell Wilson.
Play at: Qwest Field
NFC West: 1976, 2002-Present
AFC West: 1977-2001
Owner/Chariman: Paul Allen
CEO: Peter McLoughlin
General Manager: John Schneider
Head Coach: Pete Carroll
Team Nickname: The Hawks
- NFC Conference Championship: 2005
- AFC West Division Championship: 1988, 1999
- NFC West Division Championship: 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2010
- The Kingdome: 1976-1999, Played first half of the 1994 season at Husky Stadium
- Husky Stadium: First half of the 1994 season due to repairs at The Kingdome; 2000-2001
- Qwest Field: 2002-Present (Formerly Seahawk Stadium 2002-2003)