Danny O'Neil covers the Seahawks for The Seattle Times.
January 27, 2008 1:42 PM
Posted by Jose Romero
So say reports out of San Diego. The Union-Tribune newspaper reports that the Chargers will play the New Orleans Saints in London on Oct. 26.
The Seahawks were among the teams being considered for the venture. The NFL put on a regular-season game in London last season between the New York Giants and Miami Dolphins.
Posted by Everett fan
2:36 PM, Jan 27, 2008
That's good news - we don't lose a home game, or a TV time slot (4am?)
Right now, everyone is seething over the front page pilloring of UW, no one is reading any of the other blogs.
Posted by Forget London
4:02 PM, Jan 27, 2008
Good this team will travel enough to play NFC and AFC east next year.
Posted by HawksIN08
4:04 PM, Jan 27, 2008
I am, I could care less about the UW. College football to me is boring, the only thing I like about it is figuring out which players are going to get drafted and make it to the pros.
Posted by spitfire
6:35 PM, Jan 27, 2008
That's great news because I want Seahawks to be remained fresh to avoid long travel - more exhausting and burn them out too soon before the end of season
I prefer Seahawks to stay and finish the job that we have been fighting for years! *thumbs up*
Posted by free beer
8:40 AM, Jan 28, 2008
That's were I don't like pre season football, things can happen and boom, the teams all screwed up, and for what....I know why they do it, but I still don't like it..
The English had bland food!
Posted by pacten4life
11:11 AM, Jan 29, 2008
Playing in London really didn't hinder the Giants this season.
I would have loved to play in Jolly Ol' England!
The NFL was not about to take a home game away from Seattle, therefore the Hawks would only have to play 7 games next season in hostile stadiums.
Jun 4, 08 - 12:40 PM
Back to Kirkland's grass
Jun 4, 08 - 10:17 AM
Russo out, Shelton in
Jun 3, 08 - 03:09 PM
Floyd Womack absent from practice field
Jun 3, 08 - 02:30 PM
Under the lights of the Dempsey Indoor
Jun 2, 08 - 01:17 PM
Voluntary practice attendance
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