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Do Seahawks Plan Move Again In ‘98?

Scuttlebutt already has surfaced about the possibility of the Seahawks moving their training camp again next season, possibly to the Tri-Cities.

“To be honest, I had a radio guy ask me that and I didn’t have an answer,” said Gary Wright, Seahawks vice president for administration and communications. “I don’t think there’s been any decision where future camps will be.”

Spokane area voters were resoundingly against the recent Seahawks stadium referendum. Fifty-three percent supported it in Benton County.

Still, Tri-Cities has no facilities comparable to those at EWU.

, DataTimes

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