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Tony Drovetto

Entering his seventh season with the Seahawks, Tony Drovetto spent 2012-15 in the role of Digital Content Coordinator after working for two seasons as an intern in the club's Media Relations department.

Drovetto contributes written content to Seahawks.com and the Seahawks game day program, in addition to assisting in the management of the team's website and social media pages.

Drovetto, a Pacific Northwest native, earned a degree in Communication & Sport Management from Washington State University.

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Seattle head coach Pete Carroll comments on the status of left guard Luke Joeckel, defensive tackle Nazair Jones, and linebacker Bobby Wagner. Read

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A look at the Seahawks' competition around the NFC West heading into the final week of the 2017 regular season. Read

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Curious who plays in each game and how much they play, as well as what the distribution of playing time might mean? Check out the snap counts from Seattle's win over Dallas. Read

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Seahawks alumni joined Suzanne Newman, CEO & Founder at Answers for Elders, for the fifth-annual '12 Days of Goodness' campaign which offers support to senior communities during the holiday season. Read

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The Boeing 747, which U.S. airlines are retiring this month, took the Seahawks on a historic trip to and from Dallas this weekend. Read

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Check out which side the national media is predicting to win Sunday's game between the Seahawks and Cowboys. Read

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A closer look at Thursday's practice report for the Seahawks and Cowboys. Read

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Seahawks defensive end Cliff Avril posed as a sales clerk this week and surprised shoppers by paying for their holiday gifts. Read

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Seahawks linebacker K.J. Wright, who missed this past weekend's game with a concussion, cleared the protocol and returned to practice on Wednesday. Read

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John Clayton at 710Sports.com lists the Seahawks' additions of left tackle Duane Brown and defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson among the top Seattle sports stories of 2017. Read