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Monday Round-Up: Michael Bennett & Michael Robinson Join Seahawks Preseason Broadcast Team

A pair of Seahawks Legends will join the preseason broadcast team for games televised on KING 5.

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Good afternoon, 12s. Here's a look at what's out there today – Monday, August 8 – about your Seattle Seahawks.

Michael Bennett and Michael Robinson Join Seahawks Preseason Broadcast Team

The Seahawks announced Monday the broadcast information for their 2022 preseason games, and this year's broadcast will feature the addition of two Seahawks Legends and Super Bowl champions, Michael Bennett and Michael Robinson.

For Saturday's preseason opener at Pittsburgh and the August 26 game at Dallas, KING 5 will air the game with Curt Menefee and Robinson in the broadcast booth, and with Bennett joining as an analyst throughout the broadcast. Paul Silvi and Ray Roberts will host the pre and postgame shows for those games. Seattle's August 18 home preseason game against the Chicago Bears will air on ESPN.

Longtime voice of the Seahawks Steve Raible will handle the call on the Seahawks Radio Network with Dave Wyman again joining him in the broadcast booth, and with Jen Mueller serving as the sideline reporter, with all games airing on 710AM and KIRO Newsradio 97.3 FM. Michael Bumpus will host the pre and postgame shows with Seahawks Legends Jordan Babineaux, Paul Moyer, Ray Roberts, Marcus Trufant and Robert Turbin all joining in.

And in an interesting note not directly related to the broadcast, the team also announced that Marshawn Lynch will act as a special correspondent for the team later this season, producing creative content for a variety of projects.

Read here for all the details on this year's preseason broadcast.

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Seahawks players show their respect for the great Sue Bird, who is retiring after 21 seasons in Seattle, on the day of her final regular-season home game with the Storm.

More From Around The Web

Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times on cornerback Artie Burns, who has enjoyed a strong training camp.

The News Tribune's Gregg Bell profiles rookie tackle Abe Lucas, who is competing for the starting job at right tackle.

Michael Shawn-Dugar of The Athletic with an in-depth look at K.J. Wright's career, as told through the words of teammates, coaches and others who know him well.

Here at Seahawks.com, coverage from the mock game including a look at the quarterback competition, as well as five players who stood out in the scrimmage.

Also at Seahawks.com, a look at rookie cornerback Tariq Woolen's big day in the mock game.

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