The Seahawks begin preseason play on Thursday with a game at home in Seattle. Kickoff is at 5 p.m. PT. Here’s how you can watch, listen to and follow the action as it unfolds.
For the second game of the 2022 NFL preseason, ESPN will serve as the national television broadcast. Broadcast play-by-play announcer Steve Levy will be joined by former NFL players turned analysts Louis Riddick and Dan Orlovsky. The trio will also be joined by sideline reporter Laura Rutledge. ESPN will also come back to Seattle for the first regular season game of the year for Monday Night Football on September 12 against the Denver Broncos.
In Seattle, FOX 13 will be airing the ESPN feed on their channel
Radio: Seattle Sports 710 AM and KIRO Newsradio 97.3
Steve Raible and Dave Wyman will call gameday action for the Seahawks flagship station Seattle Sports 710AM with Jen Mueller serving as sideline reporter for Seatte Sports 710AM and KIRO Newsradio 97.3 FM. Seahawks legend Michael Bumpus will host the pre and postgame shows for Seattle Sports 710AM with team Legends Jordan Babineaux, Paul Moyer, Ray Roberts, Marcus Trufant and Robert Turbin.
Seattle Seahawks fans in-market can also watch the team’s Aug. 18 and Aug. 26 preseason games live on the Seahawks Mobile App and on Seahawks.com. Fans outside of Seattle can listen and watch across the Seahawks radio and television networks.
Fans in-market can catch Seahawks action via the listed television networks.
● Seattle KCPQ 13 FOX
● Spokane KAYU 28 FOX
● Tri-Cities KFFX 11 FOX
● Yakima KCYU 41 FOX
Fans outside of Seattle can listen and watch across the Seahawks radio and television networks.
· British Columbia TSN
· On the radio, fans in British Columbia can continue to tune into: BNN Bloomberg 1410 AM Vancouver (CFTE – 1410 AM); AM 1150 Kelowna (CKFR – 1150 AM); and CFAX 1070 Victoria to catch all Seahawks games throughout the season.
● Anchorage KYUR 13 ABC
● Fairbanks KATN 2 ABC
● Juneau KJUD 8 ABC
● Honolulu KHNL 13 NBC
● Boise KIVI 6 ABC
● Twin Falls KSAW 52 ABC
● Sun Valley KSAW 52 ABC
● Bend KFXO 39 FOX
● Eugene KLSR 34 FOX
● Medford KMVU 26 FOX
● Portland KPTV 12 FOX
Seahawks Press Pass
● Northwest Region ROOT Sports Cable
● Seattle KING 5 NBC