The Seahawks are flying high as the defending Super Bowl champions. With one of the best home game records in the league last year, opponents will have to watch out as their secondary, the Legion of Boom, swoops in on unsuspecting offenses again in 2014 with Richard Sherman and Earl Thomas forcing fumbles left and right! Razorgator has all the 2014 NFL tickets you need to be a part of the notorious CenturyLink Field crowd as they squawk and cheer for their boys this year! You can’t forget about the Seahawks’ deft offense led by Marshawn Lynch who glides right down the field and lands in the end zone time after time. Russell Wilson and his Hawks refuse to lose — be there as they soar to the top of their division and into the postseason again!
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Seattle Seahawks 2014 News and Updates
8/19/14 - Last season, the Seahawks posted a 13-3 record before a dominating playoff run that culminated in the first Super Bowl championship in franchise history. In the first game of the preseason, the Seahawks traveled to Denver to face the Broncos in a Super Bowl rematch. After Seattle fell 21-16, fans hoped for the team to rebound at home against San Diego in week two. Those who purchased Seahawks tickets were not disappointed as the team piled it on against the Chargers, earning a 41-14 victory. Next week, the Seahawks host the Chicago Bears, who remain unbeaten in preseason play.
8/18/14 - Looking to pick things up in a hurry, the Seattle Seahawks jumped on the San Diego Chargers in the second preseason game, scoring 24 unanswered points before halftime. People who purchased Seahawks tickets got to see Russell Wilson score two touchdowns on runs near the goal line and the team win 41-14. Next week the Seahawks remain in Seattle, with the Chicago Bears coming to town this time.
8/15/14 - He’s missed a significant number of games – 22 to be exact – over the last two seasons. So it’s easy to worry about the health of Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin. But this year, Harvin has been receiving very upbeat news through training camp, even receiving the designation of “Most Impressive Player.” Harvin played just one regular season game last season due to a hip injury, but this year, Harvin says, “My body is feeling tremendously good.” Harvin also said, “I was supposed to be sitting out every other practice” in order to protect against injuries, but “I’m feeling very good. I’m explosive” – and practicing every day.
8/11/14 - There was already a rematch of last season’s Super Bowl, with the Seattle Seahawks traveling to Denver to face in the Broncos in both team’s preseason debut. While the Seahawks lost the game, no one would rightly believe that was any sort of consolation for the Broncos. Now the Seahawks are set to face another AFC West opponent in the San Diego Chargers. The game is this Friday and tickets are averaging a rather expensive $107.53 for the preseason game according to RazorGator.
8/8/14 - On Thursday night the Seattle Seahawks rang in their return to the field with a rematch of last years Super Bowl against the Denver Broncos. The opening preseason game for both teams saw Denver be able to exact some revenge as they overcame a talented Seattle squad for the 21 - 16 victory at home. Seattle will now return home to prepare for their game against the San Diego Chargers wherein Seahawks tickets are averaging $107.53 for the preseason game according to RazorGator.
7/24/14 - Word comes out of the Pacific Northwest that the Seattle Seahawks’ leading ball-carrier is holding out of training camp. Marshawn Lynch, who is looking for a raise from the Seahawks after an outstanding year on the field last season, reported for the team’s mandatory minicamp earlier this summer; despite the holdout, the Seahawks say they have no plans to renegotiate his contract. Lynch faces a rolling fine of $30,000 for every day he sits out, according to a story on NFL.com. Lynch may be at a disadvantage by holding out, as the Seahawks have second year running back Christine Michael waiting in the wings.
7/10/14 - There’s a lot of players in the NFC West who are extremely confident of their team’s chances to win the division. Of course, the Seattle Seahawks’ outspoken cornerback, Richard Sherman is one of them. He recently appeared on the NFL Network cable channel to talk about the Seahawks, and was asked if the defending Super Bowl champs could be even better in 2014. “I think (we) could,” Sherman said. “We’re a lot more experienced. There are a bunch of young guys…(guys) are elevating their game to another level.”
6/19/14 - Stuff just got real at Seattle Seahawks minicamp early this week, as the offensive and defensive units took part in a heated practice and ultimately squared off in a brawl. The ground was laid when when safety Earl Thomas, who was covering receiver Bryan Walters, fell on Walters, injuring his shoulder, after the receiver had made a diving catch.. On the next play, cornerback Richard Sherman and Phil Bates grabbed each other; helmets were lost and punches flew, and the remainder of the units came to the center of the field to try to break things up. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll called a temporary halt to the practice in order to get the players to cool their heels.
6/16/14 - The head of the Legion of Boom has made the cover of the wildly popular Madden NFL video game, and he wants his teammates in the Seattle Seahawks defensive backfield to join him. The always outspoken Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, recently named by EA Sports to be the face of the latest version of the game, Madden NFL 15, has been openly lobbying for his other three teammates – cornerback Byron Maxwell, and safeties Kam Chancellor and Earl Thomas – to be included on the new game’s cover. While EA Sports has been hesitant to approve the move, that hasn’t stopped Sherman from telling fans, “(If) everybody wants to start a petition to get the Legion of Boom on the cover, here it is, here’s an open invitation.”
6/6/14 - The defending Super Bowl champs’ defense just took a major hit without a game being played. Seattle Seahawks linebacker Bruce Irvin is out indefinitely after undergoing hip surgery. Details on the injured hip were scarce, and the Seahawks gave no timetable for the West Virginia product’s return; however, Irvin said in a tweet, “Didn’t want this to get out but I’ll be fine,” and telling fans that he would be back “by training camp.” Irvin was a surprise first round draft pick in 2012, and led all rookies in sacks that year with eight in 16 games. While he missed the first four games of 2013 due to a league suspension for a positive test for performance enhancing drugs, he started the remaining 12 games of the season with 45 tackles and two sacks.
5/30/14 - On the one hand, the Seattle Seahawks signed one of their restricted free agents to a new two-year contract extension, that being wide receiver Doug Baldwin, who led the Seahawks in receptions and yards receiving, the first undrafted player in the post-merger era to accomplish the feat. In the Seahawks’ Super Bowl victory, Baldwin caught five passes for a total of 66 yards and a score. On the other hand, the Seahawks were also the first team to release one of their 2014 draft picks; waiving Marshall O-lineman Garrett Scott due to a heart condition discovered during his team physical. Even though Scott was let go less than 24 hours after signing his rookie contract, he still got to keep his signing bonus, reported to be around $101,000.
5/23/14 - The defending Super Bowl champs, the Seattle Seahawks, wheeled and dealed on draft day, trading down several times to parlay what would have been six picks into nine overall selections, including a pair in the second and sixth round, and three fourth-rounders. Overall, the Seahawks’ picks can mostly be summed up in two words: fast and smart. Receiver Paul Richardson was one of the fastest players at the pre-draft NFL combine, and has been compared to current Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin. Another pick, Boston College outside linebacker Kevin Pierre-Louis, is also said to be another speedy player.
5/12/14- As reigning Super Bowl champions, the Seattle Seahawks selected at the tail end of nearly every round in the 2014 NFL Draft. Fortunate for the Seahawks, no gaping holes on the roster were of huge concern for the franchise to pick with their six slots. While there are no super star players, most were some of the most athletic at their position. The Hawks added depth at wide receiver (Paul Richardson, Round 2), OT (Justin Britt, Round 2) and DE (Cassius Marsh, Round 4). Seattle is known for taking underappreciated players and turning them into much more—see if they can fashion all stars out of these picks with Seattle Seahawks tickets!
4/16/14 - Ready to see your Seattle Seahawks dominate this year? The Hawks open up preseason play when they visit the Denver Broncos for a Super Bowl XLVIII rematch. Last time the two met, it resulted in the ultimate national title annihilation (43-8 in New Jersey)—are the Broncos doomed for another pounding? For Weeks 2 & 3, Seattle will be back in the Pacific Northwest to host the San Diego Chargers, followed by the Chicago Bears. The only set date on Seattle's preseason schedule falls on Aug 28 in Week 4 when the Hawks visit the Oakland Raiders: tickets start at $52. For Seattle, a sterling preseason record is indicative of regular season success: the Hawks are undefeated over the past two preseasons and 11-5 since Pete Carroll began manning the helm. Get your Seattle Seahawks tickets and see them start the year off right!
2/11/14 – The Hawks are not taking any time off! The 2014 Super Bowl Champions have already signed TE Travis Beckum, linebacker Mike Taylor, and defensive back Terrance Parks to contracts. This offseason, a few key players will use the “off-time” to fully recover from injuries including left tackle Russell Okung (foot) and cornerback Richard Sherman (ankle). Otherwise speaking, the Seattle Seahawks roster is healthy, a rarity after a 19-games season, including three postseason matchups. Can the Hawks pull off back-to-back Super Bowl wins? The difficult fete would be the first since the Patriots were able to do so in 2005.
1/20/14 - The Seattle Seahawks are going to Super Bowl 2014! The Hawks proved defenses truly do win championships when Seattle defeated bitter rivals, the San Francisco 49ers (23-17), on Sunday amid a roaring crowd at CenturyLink Field. The game was close and went down to the final drive, when Colin Kaepernick threw a pass intended for Michael Crabtree, only to be batted out of the air by arguably the best corner in the league, Richard Sherman, for the interception. With that, Russell Wilson and the Seahawks quieted Niners nation by being crowned NFC kings and advancing to the Super Bowl for just the second time in franchise history. Now, the No.1 defense in the league will take on the Denver Broncos’ No.1 offense, spearheaded by living legend Peyton Manning in Super Bowl XLVIII on Feb 2. We’ve got some of the cheapest prices around for Super Bowl tickets, starting at only $2,042! Seats at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey are averaging $4027 after yesterday’s championship game—get them now, cause these tickets won’t stick around for long!
1/13/14 - Amid a tumult of rain, earth quaking noise from the 12th Man and a Beastquake performance from running back Marshawn Lynch, the Seattle Seahawks dominated the visiting New Orleans Saints in round two of playoffs. While Seattle's notorious defense worked its usual magic, Russell Wilson and the offense put up enough points against Drew Brees and company for the 23-15 victory. Will that be enough when Seattle takes on west coast rivals, the San Francisco 49ers, in the NFC Conference Championship game? With a trip to Super Bowl XLVIII on the line next Sunday, can Seattle maintain their almost perfect at-home record? Each time the Niners and Hawks face off it’s an all out bloodbath. See who will be crowned NFC kings in the matchup everyone’s been waiting for! Seattle Seahawks tickets for Sunday’s NFC title game start at $387 and average at $710. NFC Championship tickets are down 34% in price since last Monday so grab them now!
1/6/14 - The top-seeded Seattle Seahawks are happy to know who they’re meeting this Saturday at CenturyLink Field to begin their playoff fight: the New Orleans Saints. The Saints defeated the Philadelphia Eagles on the road to advance to the NFC divisional round, but can they match up against the intimidating Legion of Boom fresh off a bye week? Get your Seattle Seahawks playoff tickets for a mere $160—the most expensive of the weekend!
12/30/13 - The Seattle Seahawks achieved their regular season hopes, after their dominating win over the St Louis Rams (27-9) officially granted them the No.1 seed, home field advantage through playoffs, and the NFC West champion title. Hawks fans, look for a promising postseason run: the only other time Seattle won home field advantage was in 2005, which was the year they reached the Super Bowl! Seattle is on a much-needed bye this week, resting two more injured players in their top-ranked defense, to return on January 11 for the Divisional Round game. The lowest remaining seed of this weekend’s Wild Card round will take on the Hawks: New Orleans, Green Bay or San Francisco are potential opponents to travel to the Pacific North-West in the NFC Divisional game. Seattle Seahawks playoff tickets are the priciest of the second round by far, starting at $270 and averaging at $617 to be a part of the foreboding CenturyLink crowd!
12/23/13 - The Seattle Seahawks missed the opportunity to lock up the NFC West and secure top seed in the conference with yesterday’s 17-10 loss to the Arizona Cardinals. Russell Wilson was shutdown in the first home game loss of his career and the Seahawks—once thought unbeatable at CenturyLink Field—saw their 14-game win streak snapped by yet another tough division opponent. Next Sunday holds some major implications in the west: with the 49ers creeping up in the division, the Hawks must beat the St. Louis Rams to clinch the title and gain home field advantage (thanks to a tie-breaker over the Panthers). Luckily, this next game is at home, with an opportunity for redemption in the Emerald City for Seattle’s last regular season game! Seattle Seahawks tickets are on fire and boast the highest get-in price, at $199 and $338 on average.
12/16/13 - The Seattle Seahawks flew right over the New York Giants, with a 23-0 shut out at MetLife Stadium. Quelling talk of questionable on-the-road performances, the Hawks unleashed one of their most dominating games of the season, and are now sitting with the best record in the league and hopes of returning to New Jersey for the Super Bowl. Russell Wilson became the third QB to throw 50 touchdowns in his first two years, and needs just three more this season to surpass Peyton Manning's record of 52. Next week, the Hawks will try their hand at the Arizona Cardinals and look to extinguish their playoff hopes back at home. Seattle Seahawks tickets are a hefty $326 on average and $95 to get-in when they try to get one step closer to clinching the No.1 NFC seed. To compare, Seattle Seahawks playoff tickets currently start at $298.
12/9/13 - The Seattle Seahawks lost some of their sheen when they fell to the San Francisco 49ers in yesterday’s hard-fought battle of NFC titans (17-19). Dubious penalties continually disrupted the flow of the offense and denied the Seahawks from clinching the NFC West title for good, and halting their franchise record seven-game win streak. The match was not for the weak, as the lead changed six times before the Hawks failed to stop Niner's RB Frank Gore, who powered down the field to set up San Francisco's game-winning field goal. Despite the hiccup, Seattle is still primed to win the division crown and have home field advantage postseason, but first they will take on the New York Giants next Sunday. Seattle Seahawks tickets are much cheaper this week, averaging at $198 in New Jersey.
12/3/13 - Playoffs here we come! The Seattle Seahawks are the first team to clinch a playoff spot after their 34-7 blowout of the New Orleans Saints. Russell Wilson played masterfully (fans later chanted, “MVP! MVP!”), throwing 310 yards for 3 TDs, and with the help of a relentless defense that suffocated Drew Brees, and the decibel record-breaking crowd, the Seahawks moved two games ahead in the NFC for home-field advantage during playoffs. Now the Hawks are gearing up for the most anticipated game left in the NFL: a MNF matchup between West coast rivals, the San Francisco 49ers. Can they sweep the 9ers this season!? Seattle Seahawks tickets are the most expensive of the week, at $518 and a pricey $264 to get in and see the action!
11/26/13 - The Seattle Seahawks are enjoying the holiday early on their bye, sitting pretty with a 10-1 record and a big NFC West lead. But, the Hawks are definitely not thankful for the bad news that emerged during the week regarding two cornerbacks in violation with the NFL: Walter Thurmond’s four-game suspension and Brandon Browner’s one-year suspension for violating the substance abuse policy. Seattle will have to pick up the slack for their secondary, as they are pitted against Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints in the prime-time slot this week. Seattle Seahawks tickets for the Monday Night Football match are averaging $484 a seat—by far the most expensive of the bunch.
11/18/13 - The Seahawks ousted the Minnesota Vikings Sunday, 41-20, giving Seattle the best record in all the NFC, at 10-1. Marshawn Lynch rushed for 2 touchdowns and connected with Russell Wilson for another, in the victory that broke a franchise record: the Hawks achieved their 13th consecutive win at home. The Seahawks unveiled long awaited weapon, Percy Harvin, who was used sparingly on Sunday after returning from 2 surgeries, but made a tremendous impact in his season debut. Seattle will now enjoy their bye week, and come back December 2 in a highly anticipated face-off against the New Orleans Saints, for what is sure to be an edge-of-your-seat game!
11/11/13 - The Washington Redskins blew a big first half lead, falling 27-34 to the Minnesota Vikings in Thursday night's upset. Last season, the team was 3-6, and won their final seven games to come out on top in the NFC East; though they are sitting in the same situation this time around, things are looking more dismal than before. The defense allowed 20 unanswered points to the easily targeted Vikings, and there are far more imposing teams on the horizon. Still, head coach Mike Shanahan will try a repeat of last year’s comeback, starting in Week 11 when RG3 and the boys have a chance to turn things around. Washington Redskins tickets for when they pay a visit to the Philadelphia Eagles are one of the cheapest get-in seats, at just $7!
11/4/13 - The Seattle Seahawks pulled off the greatest comeback in franchise history, trouncing a 21-pnt deficit to defeat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 27-24. In a game that many assumed to be a Sunday blowout, considering the powerhouses were at home against a winless team, the Bucs nearly achieved their first victory, as rookie quarterback Mike Glennon threw 17 of 23, while Mike James ran all over the Seattle defense, with a career-best 158 yards. Mustering 17 points in the second half, the ‘Hawks narrowly avoided a huge upset when Steven Hauschka kicked a 27-yard field goal to seal the deal in OT. With their best start in history (8-1) Seattle travels to Atlanta in Week 10 to face the Falcons. Seattle Seahawks tickets on the road are $127 on average this week.
10/29/13 - The Seattle Seahawks outlasted the St. Louis Rams on Monday Night Football, finishing 14-9. The ugly win was certainly nail-biting, as Seattle showed some of their on-the-road weakness, outgained 339 to 135 yards; the game came down to a botched throw by Kellen Clemens on the goal line for the final play. Russell Wilson took a beating last night (sacked a career-high seven times) and the Rams, with a new QB in tow, nearly demoted their 7-1 record. The big play of the game was an acrobatic catch off a deep sideline pass to Golden Tate, who caused some controversy when he jeered at safety Rodney McLeod on his way to the end zone—his waving and taunting cost him a penalty and scolding by Pete Carroll. The Hawks will trek down to Florida, hoping for another away victory, against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Seattle Seahawks tickets are $28 at the cheapest and average $213 for Week 9.
10/21/13 - The Seattle Seahawks are steam rolling through this season with their latest victory over the Arizona Cardinals, 34-22 on Thursday Night Football. While Russell Wilson threw for three touchdowns and Marshawn Lynch rushed for 91 yards, the heroes of this weeks win were the Seahawk’s defense. Seattle’s heavy hitters, under defensive coordinator Dan Quinn, have consistently come out guns a blazin’, this time sacking Carson Palmer seven times and forcing two interceptions on Thursday. The kings of the NFC West will continue to test their away-game chops when they visit St. Louis and their shaky quarterback situation (QB Sam Bradford is now out with a torn ACL) for their Week 8 match. Despite being one of the hottest teams in the NFL right now, Seattle Seahawks tickets against the St. Louis Rams are the cheapest priced tickets of the week—a great steal at $65!
10/15/13 - With their Sunday 20-13 win over the Tennesse Titans, Russell Wilson and Seattle Seahawks have prolonged their at-home winning streak (11 consecutive games). Although the Seahawks played a messy game by their standards, with a careless turnover and two fumbles, ultimately Seattle came out on top, outgaining the Titans and backup QB Ryan Fitzpatrick by more than 200 yards. Marshawn Lynch was a force on the field, racking up 155 yards and 2 touchdowns; also in stride was Richard Sherman, who made his third interception of the season, and QB Wilson finished 23- 31 for 257 passing and 61 rushing yards. Seattle's schedule will test their diligence in upcoming weeks with two back-to-back away games, the first at Arizona Cardinals (on a short week) and the second at St. Louis Rams. Despite being one of the NFL’s hottest teams, Seattle Seahawks tickets for their Thursday night game at the Cardinals are a meager $5 to get in—the lowest of the week.
10/7/13 - The Seattle Seahawks were handed their first defeat of the season by the Indianapolis Colts, in a 28-34 loss. Quarterback Russell Wilson and the Hawks’ run game dominated the first half, regaining the lead 19-17 at halftime, but they were unable to stomp out Andrew Luck and company’s rallying comeback. Running back Marshawn Lynch, despite being fined $5,250 for wearing green shoes, had a great game with 102 yards on 17 carries, and Russell Wilson went 15-30 and two TD passes, throwing an interception on the Seahawk’s final play, setting a franchise record for a quarterback running 13 times for 102 yards. The Seahawks have played three of their five games on the road and are now 4-1, as they head home to play the Tennessee Titans. Seattle Seahawks tickets for their Week 6 matchup at CenturyLink Field are on the higher end: $263 on average, and $28 to get in.
10/1/13 - The Seattle Seahawks are 4-0 for the first time in franchise history, after a stunning comeback performance in the second half to defeat the Houston Texans in overtime. After five sacks and giving up 324 yards to Houston, the Seahawks were down 20-3 before the half and looking shaky. Out of nowhere, an exhilarating performance by resilient quarterback Russell Wilson, who, through numerous scrambles (running 10 times for 77 yards) slipped through the Texan’s defense for a 98-yard touchdown drive. It took cornerback Richard Sherman to achieve a 58-yard pick-six, shutting down Houston quarterback Matt Schaub, to tie the game. In overtime, Seattle edged out Houston with a 45-yard field goal by Steven Hauschka, leaving the Texans stunned. Pete Carroll and his boys will begin their road trip (4 away games) first pitted against the Indianapolis Colts, who’s charged Andrew Luck may be able to slow this team down. Seattle Seahawks tickets at Indianapolis are $129 on average, and $52 to get in.
9/24/13 - The Seattle Seahawks are currently number one in the power rankings, and are major SB favorites. If that’s not enough, the team has had a chance to rest their starters in every game and show off their talented depth. Russell Wilson sidelined himself after matching his career high of 4 touchdowns, and let backup quarterback Tarvis Jackson take over domination of the Jacksonville Jaguars. Pete Carroll and the undefeated Seahawks will try and ride the victory wave in Houston when they play the Texans this Sunday. Prices are high for this game, averaging $235.
Seattle Seahawks 2014 Season
No surprise, the defending Super Bowl Champions hold one of the most expensive 2014 tickets in the NFL. Averaging $416, Seattle Seahawks tickets are the third priciest in the league behind the Patriots ($434) and NFC rivals San Francisco 49ers ($429). The reigning NFC West Champs will also host two of the top five most expensive NFL games
this season: the season’s opener against Green Bay (avg. $566) and a Dec 14 home game against the Niners (avg. $529). The Thursday night meeting against the Packers was a surprise go-to but these NFC foes are sure to kickoff the NFL season in a big way! Week 15’s NFC West rivalry game is 14 percent cheaper than the Thanksgiving Day gobble between the two rivals, so take advantage of Pacific Northwest prices and contribute to the deafening noise inside CenturyLink Field. While prices to the Super Bowl XLVIII rematch (avg. $504) in Seattle on September 21, are slightly cheaper than the aforementioned games, by no means is the game less in-demand. The Broncos have had an active offseason, making arguably the biggest splash in free agency; DeMarcus Ware, Aquib Talib and TJ Ward are sure to help Denver serve up some revenge. The Seahawks need their 12th man to help keep supremacy over the league, Seahawks tickets start at $218 for the Week 3 battle.
Perhaps the biggest highlight for the Seattle Seahawks last year was not their playoff appearance, but the game that got them there. The Seahawks routed NFC West Division rival San Francisco 49ers last December. Marshawn Lynch had two touchdowns in the first quarter and Rookie QB Russell Wilson threw a career-best four TDs. With the additions of Percy Harvin from the Minnesota Vikings, Cliff Avril, Antoine Winfield, and Michael Bennett to the Seahawks roster, Seattle will no doubt be competitive again versus the Niners.
The first Seattle Seahawks vs. San Francisco 49ers test comes early in the season. In the most expensive game of the regular season at CenturyLink Field, Pete Carroll and his Seahawks will face off against their division rival. Seattle Seahawks tickets for the Week 2 matchup are averaging $423, 26% more than the next most expensive game on the Seahawks schedule. Tickets to see the Seahawks at Candlestick Park are much cheaper, averaging $227 in early December.
Seahawks tickets for the 2013 season are averaging $238, tenth most expensive in the League. Last year Seattle tickets averaged $174 and were fourteenth most expensive in the NFL. The demand to see the Seahawks is soaring, prices continue to rise. In the last six weeks, the average cost of a ticket has increased $33, the largest growth of any NFL team.