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The Seahawks announce 2014-15 schedule

The Seahawks announce 2014-15 schedule

FILE - In this Oct. 2, 2011, file photo, taken with a fisheyelens, the Seattle Seahawks and Atlanta Falcons play during an NFL football game at CenturyLink Field in Seattle. Opened in 2002, the stadium's signature roof canopies and rainbow-like trusses hang over the field to protect most of the seats and trap in the crowd noise. Photo: KPUG/AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, File

 

RENTON, Wash. (AP) — The defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks will open their title defense on Thursday, Sept. 4, against the Green Bay Packers.

The Seahawks announced their 2014 schedule Wednesday. It will be the first meeting with Green Bay since Seattle’s disputed Hail Mary win over the Packers in 2012.

Seattle will host Denver in a Super Bowl rematch in Week 3 followed by the Seahawks bye week. Seattle travels to Washington for a Monday night game on Oct. 6, hosts Dallas in Week 6 and travels to Carolina in Week 8.

The Seahawks close the season with five of six against division rivals beginning in Week 12 vs. Arizona. The Seahawks travel to San Francisco on Thanksgiving night, and host the 49ers two weeks later.

Seattle is at Arizona for a Sunday night game in Week 16 and hosts St. Louis in Week 17.

Seattle Seahawks 2014 Schedule 

Week 1 – vs Packers, 9/4 (NBC) 5:30pm

Week 2 – at Chargers, 9/14 (FOX) 1:25pm

Week 3- vs Broncos, 9/21 (CBS) 1:05pm

Week 4 – BYE

Week 5 – at Redskins, 10/6, Monday Night Football (ESPN) 5:30pm

Week 6 – vs Cowboys, 10/12, (FOX) 1:25pm

Week 7- at Rams, 10/19, (FOX) 10:00am

Week 8 – at Panthers, 10/26 (CBS) 10:00am

Week 9 – vs Raiders, 11/2, (CBS) 1:25pm

Week 10 – vs Giants, 11/9, (FOX) 1:25pm

Week 11 – at Chiefs, 11/16, (FOX) 10:00am

Week 12 – vs Cardinals, 11/23, (FOX) 1:05pm

Week 13 – at 49ers, 11/27, Thanksgiving, (NBC) 5:30pm

Week 14 – at Eagles, 12/7, (FOX) 1:25pm

Week 15 – vs 49ers, 12/14, (FOX) 1:25pm

Week 16 – at Cardinals, 12/21, Sunday Night Football (NBC) 5:30pm

Week 17 – vs Rams, 12/.28, (FOX) 1:25pm

(KPUG Newsroom & Associated Press)

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