The Seahawks make their 2016 preseason debut at home on Thursday, August 18, with kickoff against the Minnesota Vikings set for 7 p.m. PT at Seattle's CenturyLink Field.
Here's where you can watch, listen to, and follow the action as it unfolds:
TV: Q13 FOX (Channel 13 in Seattle)
Curt Menefee (play-by-play) enters his eighth on the Seahawks preseason broadcast team alongside former Seahawks quarterback Brock Huard (commentary), who returns for his fourth season on the club's preseason telecasts. Fans in the Seattle area can find the game on Q13 FOX, and those outside it can click here for a complete list of Seahawks Television Network channels across Washington, Alaska, Hawaii, Idaho, and Oregon.
NFL Network will also broadcast Thursday's game live. All live games on NFL Network are subject to local blackouts.
Online: NFL Game Pass
If Seahawks preseason games aren't available on TV in your area, you can watch them live online with NFL Game Pass, which is currently offering a free seven-day trial. The service also gives you access to live home and away radio broadcasts throughout the regular season, as well as the ability to replay all 256 regular season NFL games, plus the playoffs and Super Bowl.
For NFL Network subscribers of participating TV providers, you can tune in using Watch NFL Network on tablets through the NFL Mobile and Watch NFL Network apps, via PC at NFL.com/watch, on Xbox One and Xbox 360 using the NFL on Xbox app, as well as other connected TV devices such as the NFL app on Apple TV and Playstation 4.
Radio: 710 ESPN Seattle & KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
Former Seattle wideout Steve Raible returns for his 35th season in the radio booth and his 13th year as 'Voice of the Seahawks.' He's joined by Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon, who's returning for his 13th season as analyst, and broadcasting veteran Jen Mueller, who's readying for her eighth season as the Seahawks' sideline reporter. Click here for a complete list of Delta Air Lines Radio Network affiliates broadcasting Seahawks games across Washington, Alaska, British Columbia, Idaho, Montana, and Oregon.