Seahawks reveal training camp dates open to fans

There are 12 dates in July and August available to watch Seattle train at its Renton practice facility.

Once again the Seahawks are giving fans the chance to watch practices during training camp.

On Monday, the team announced its schedule of 12 practices open to the public at its Virginia Mason Athletic Center in Renton. The first one is the first practice of camp on July 26.

The other workouts open to fans: July 27, 29, 30, 31, Aug. 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 13 and 15.

On Aug. 16th, one week following the Seahawks’ first preseason game against Indianapolis at CenturyLink Field, the team will host its season-ticket holders for a practice.

Fans must register online beginning Thursday for the limited number of spots to watch each practice and get autographs from players afterward. The public then must park off site the morning of the practice and then take a bus the Seahawks will provide to shuttle fans to the workouts and back to their cars following practice and the autograph time.

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