In October, the Seattle Seahawks announced their plans to move to the Pacific Northwest from their home in Los Angeles, California.
Since then, many have speculated that the team would leave Los Angeles and head to Seattle.
With the Seahawks’ current home city and schedule, it is possible that the move could be completed by the beginning of 2018.
That timeline, however, is currently unclear.
On Sunday, October 5, the Seahawks announced that they would move to Seattle from their current home.
The team also confirmed that it would play its home games in Seattle, but the team will not play there in 2021.
The decision was made after negotiations between the team and the city of Seattle.
Seattle will be home to the Seahawks until 2021.
Seattle is expected to host the Super Bowl for the first time in 2019.
The move was expected to be made after the NFL granted permission for the Seattle Raiders to move out of Oakland.
The Raiders had been playing in Oakland for three years, and the team had a stadium that they needed to vacate.
The NFL granted the Raiders permission to vacant their home and relocate to Seattle in 2017.
The relocation was expected in 2018, but has not yet been approved.
The Seahawks announced they will play their home games at CenturyLink Field, but not at Century Link Field.
In 2018, the team is expected play its final game at Century in 2021, after the team announced that it will not be renewing its lease.
The timing of the team’s relocation has been uncertain, as the Raiders and the Seahawks are playing in different cities.
The Seattle Times reported that the Raiders have begun discussions with the city about a possible new stadium in Seattle.