The first Seahawks pre-season game will take place at the StubHub Center in Carson, California, about 30 minutes South of Los Angeles, on a good traffic day. StubHub will serve as the home of the Los Angeles Chargers until the team moves into the football Disneyland and stadium being built in Inglewood.
The pre-season opening game will also be the first game played by the Los Angeles Chargers, new to the city of angels after moving from San Diego this off-season. With a new city and a new stadium, the team will face the Seahawks in the first game of the 2017 pre-season.
The first home pre-season game will take place against the Minnesota Vikings, who have questions at quarterback between the injured Teddy Bridgewater and Sam Bradford plus running back holes with Adrian Peterson not returning to the team.
The final two pre-season games will be at home against the Kansas City Chiefs, fresh off an AFC West Championship, and finally on the road against the Oakland Raiders. The game in Oakland will be the Raiders' second after the team announced it will be moving to Las Vegas in 2019.
Random note:— Tim Booth (@ByTimBooth) April 10, 2017
Possible that the #Seahawks vs. Chiefs on Aug. 25 broadcast on CBS could be the first game Tony Romo calls for the network.
The last pre-season matchup could also see Marshawn Lynch playing against the Seahawks if the former running back decides to come out of retirement and is released or traded to the Raiders as he desires.