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Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson is filing a lawsuit against a Super Bowl ticket vendor who, he says, sold Seahawks fans bogus tickets.

Some paid SBTickets.com $2,000 to $3,000 for a pass to the game.

And they didn't find out there weren't any tickets until they had already flown to Arizona for the Super Bowl.

One fan told Ferguson the company wasn't in touch until after the big game.

It was no “Beast Quake,” but Seahawks fans at the Washington state Capitol celebrated a “moment of loudness” Friday for the team.

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Seattle was home to what many are calling NFL history last Sunday when the Seahawks beat the Green Bay Packers 28-22 and secured their place in Super Bowl XLIX. Fans and news agencies alike bombarded social media with live updates, reactions, and the best of Photoshop. Even we got into the action:

Mike Morris

About a dozen Seattle Seahawks and Sounders players visited the Darrington area Monday.

In a statement the Seahawks company said the teams wanted to offer a brief distraction for families devastated by the landslide near Oso.

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A crowd thought to be larger than the population of Seattle lined the city’s 4th Avenue this morning, Wednesday. They were there of course to celebrate the city’s first-ever Super Bowl victory, and its first major sports championship in a generation. We spoke to several parade-goers about what it’s like to be part of a historic day.

Three days after the Seattle Seahawks won the Super Bowl, hundreds of thousands of fans flocked to the city to celebrate the team’s return. But the "12th man" doesn’t just live in Seattle.

Seahawks To The Super Bowl

Jan 20, 2014
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The NFC championship game was close but the Seattle Seahawks defeated the San Francisco 49ers 23-17. To get to the championship game, the Denver Broncos beat the New England Patriots in the AFC championship game 26-16. 

Seismic Researchers To Measure Waves Created By Seahawks Fans

Jan 10, 2014

Turnovers, sacks and touchdowns won’t be the only things tracked at Saturday’s NFL playoff game between the Seattle Seahawks and the New Orleans Saints.

After January 1, rioting will still be a crime in Washington. But it will get a new name. And Seahawks fans will have a new way to show their loyalty to the team.