We don't know yet if the Seahawks will play this season, but we do know they'll have a schedule.
On Thursday, the NFL announced its full slate of games even as questions still surround the prospect of tackling and huddling amid the coronavirus pandemic. For Seattle, the regular season kicks off with a road trip to Atlanta on September 13 to face the Falcons. The Seahawks will be frequent fliers this season: Aside from its usual NFC West foes, the team plays every NFC East and AFC East team.
The squad's CenturyLink Field debut comes in week two against the now Tom Brady-less Patriots. Whether there will be any socially distanced 12s in the crowd to cheer them on remains uncertain. A ticket refund policy will be in place throughout the NFL this season; the Seahawks have opted not to sell single-game tickets yet. Preseason dates (Seattle draws the Raiders, Texans, Chargers, and Vikings) haven't been determined either.
You can find the Seahawks' full schedule below. Home games are bolded.
Seahawks' 2020 Season
Week 1: Sunday, 9/13, 10am, at Atlanta Falcons
Week 2: Sunday, 9/20, 5:20pm, New England Patriots
Week 3: Sunday, 9/27, 1:25pm, Dallas Cowboys
Week 4: Sunday 10/4, 10:00am, at Miami Dolphins
Week 5: Sunday 10/11, 5:20pm, Minnesota Vikings
Week 6: Bye
Week 7: Sunday, 10/25, 1:05pm, at Arizona Cardinals
Week 8: Sunday, 11/1, 1:25pm, San Francisco 49ers
Week 9: Sunday, 11/8, 10:00am, at Buffalo Bills
Week 10: Sunday, 11/15, 1:25pm, at Los Angeles Rams
Week 11: Thursday, 11/19, 5:20pm, Arizona Cardinals
Week 12: Monday, 11/30, 5:15pm, at Philadelphia Eagles
Week 13: Sunday, 12/6, 1:05pm, New York Giants
Week 14: Sunday, 12/13, 1:05pm, New York Jets
Week 15: Sunday, 12/20, 10:00am, at Washington Redskins
Week 16: Sunday, 12/27, 1:05pm, Los Angeles Rams
Week 17: Sunday, 1/3, 1:25pm, at San Francisco 49ers