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Quiet Seahawks homecoming; parade Wednesday

Quiet Seahawks  homecoming; parade Wednesday

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll celebrates after the NFL Super Bowl XLVIII football game against the Denver Broncos Sunday, Feb. 2, 2014, in East Rutherford, N.J. The Seahawks won 43-8. Photo: Associated Press, KPUG/AP Photo/Ted S. Warren

SEATTLE (AP) — The Super Bowl champion Seahawks return Monday afternoon to Sea-Tac Airport, but no fan celebration is planned until Wednesday’s parade through downtown Seattle.

The team says there will be no access for fans to see the team at the airport. And, unlike the team’s departure for New York-New Jersey, there are no staging areas for fans along 188th Street in SeaTac or outside the training facility in Renton.

The Seattle Times reports Wednesday’s parade will start a 11 a.m. on Fourth Avenue south of Denny Way and will arrive at CenturyLink Field around 1:30 p.m.

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