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Hundreds of thousands of Seahawks fans are expected to flood downtown Seattle on Wednesday for the NFL champions’ much-anticipated Super Bowl victory parade.
The following is a possible conversation somewhere in Seattle today.
The Seattle Seahawks are home. The Super Bowl champs’ plane arrived Monday evening at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, greeted by a group of at least 60 waiting family members, friends and airport employees.
NEW YORK – Seahawks linebacker Malcolm Smith didn’t wear a suit. He had one with him, but decided it wasn’t the proper attire for the occasion.
NEW YORK — Less than 12 hours after winning the Super Bowl, Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll already was talking about getting started on next season.
Seattle dominates Denver from the opening snap to win its first world championship on Sunday.
The way Malcolm Smith saw it, the hardware he was taking home as the Most Valuable Player of Super Bowl XLVIII belonged to everyone on the Seattle defense.
Pete Carroll allowed himself a champion’s laugh, his hair still damp from the Gatorade bath, and the glow of a dream fulfilled exuding from every pore.
Seahawks QB Russell Wilson completes 18 of 25 passes for 206 yards in Seattle’s convincing 43-8 victory.
In walked Percy Harvin, still wearing his stained uniform and shoulder pads, and a crowd found him instantly.
Seahawks fans eager to welcome their NFL champions home from New Jersey are being told to wait until Wednesday, when the city will hold a traditional parade for the team in downtown Seattle.
Super Bowl-winning coach Pete Carroll says his Seattle Seahawks already “have an eye on what’s coming” and will start preparing immediately for next season.
Blue and green confetti everywhere, falling gently down like Seattle rain.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Blue and green confetti everywhere, falling gently down like Seattle rain. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll is soaked, the victim of two Gatorade showers. Russell Okung kisses the Lombardi Trophy as NFL Hall of Famer Marcus Allen totes it to the stage. The 12th Man roars, even in MetLife Stadium. Kam Chancellor barks, and Marshawn Lynch flees to seek solitude, grinning.
Someone forwarded me an article this week that really captured the delirium in Seattle, depicting a region fallen madly in love with its sports team.
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