May 27, 2014; Renton, WA, USA; Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll talks with quarterback Russell Wilson (3) during stretching before organized team activities at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

What's Next for the Seahawks This Offseason?

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Fresh off of a successful ESPY’s (Richard Sherman took home the “Best Breakthrough Athlete” Award and the Seahawks won the “Best Team” Award), the Seattle Seahawks are soaring into the start of the 2014-15 season, with high hopes and even higher expectations.

It all started on Feb. 2, with the dismantling of the Denver Broncos, followed by numerous visits on the Tonight Show, David Letterman and many other late night shows.

Then came the Seahawks Parade — which will go down as one of the most joyous days in Seattle history — then a visit to the White House, and so on.

As any 12th Man can tell, this offseason has been busier than most for their beloved football team.

And along with all the accolades comes more pressure, more national recognition, and unfortunately, or fortunately, many more bandwagon fans (which is a good or bad thing depending on who you ask).

Unquestionably, more eyes will be turned towards the Pacific Northwest this year, and in turn, fans and analysts alike will be eager to see if the word “dynasty” which has been thrown around lately, will be applied to Pete Carroll and his boys or not.

Now well into July, the Seahawks players should be wrapping up their vacations and publicity visits, for training camp at the VMAC is rapidly approaching.

Now is the time to fully prepare themselves for the upcoming season and start their Lombardi Trophy defense. But just before Training Camp, single-game regular season tickets are set to go on sale July 21 at 10 a.m.

Below is the schedule for Seahawks Training Camp at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center in Renton.

As you can see, all the dates are sold out; however, there are a few tickets being sold on Craigslist, and a miniscule number as well on EBay if you should get so lucky.

Date Day of the Week Time Cost Registration
1 July 25 Friday 10 a.m. $7 Transportation Fee Sold Out
2 July 26 Saturday 10 a.m. $7 Transportation Fee Sold Out
3 July 27 Sunday 10 a.m. $7 Transportation Fee Sold Out
4 July 29 Tuesday 10 a.m. $7 Transportation Fee Sold Out
5 July 30 Wednesday 10 a.m. $7 Transportation Fee Sold Out
6 July 31 Thursday 10 a.m. $7 Transportation Fee Sold Out
7 August 1 Friday 10 a.m. $7 Transportation Fee Sold Out
8 August 2 Saturday 1 p.m. $7 Transportation Fee Sold Out
9 August 4 Monday 11 a.m. $7 Transportation Fee Sold Out
10 August 5 Tuesday 10 a.m. $7 Transportation Fee Sold Out
11 August 10 Sunday 10 a.m. $7 Transportation Fee Sold Out
12 August 12 Tuesday 10 a.m. $7 Transportation Fee Sold Out
 

Watch out next week for my article in which I will breakdown each of the Hawks four preseason games and what they will mean for the team.

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