In the first preseason game, the Steelers defeated the Seahawks 32-25.
On Saturday, a new era in Seattle Seahawks football begins (sort of), as someone other than Russell Wilson will take the field for the first time since 2012.
Wilson was, of course, traded to the Denver Broncos in March in exchange for a number of draught picks and other players.
QB Drew Lock is one of those players, joining fellow signal caller Geno Smith on the current roster. Smith has been Wilson's backup since 2019.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll chose veteran 31-year-old Smith over 25-year-old Lock to start the team's preseason opener.
Smith and Lock have been vying for the starting job since the offseason began, with Smith holding a slight advantage throughout training camp.
Saturday will mark the debut of Seattle's many rookies, including two players who are spearheading the team's youth movement.
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