Seahawks training camp practices selling out fast

We’ve known for a while now that Seahawks home games are a hot ticket, but now team is so popular, there is bigger demand than ever to watch the Seahawks practice.

As has been the case in past year since the team moved to its Renton headquarters, a certain number of training camp practices are open to the public, but because of space and parking constraints, fans must register and pay a small fee for transportation from an off-site parking area. Well according to the team, if you want to go catch a training camp practice this summer, you’d better get on it fast. Already all Friday, Saturday and Sunday dates are sold out, and the July 25 camp opener is also close to selling out.

And the fact that the Seahawks are selling out practices—not games, practices—just might make you think of this (or maybe it’s just me):

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