Husky Stadium on high security

Sunday is fun day this weekend when the Seahawks host the Philadelphia Eagles in their home opener at Husky Stadium. Fans and friends will be able to reunite after a long offseason and enjoy an early-morning round of tailgating before heading into the stadium for kickoff at 1:15 p.m. American flags will be passed out to fans once they enter the stadium and security will be at its highest since the 1991 playoffs and Super Bowl during the Gulf War. ...

The league office sent a memo to all teams, outlining upcoming security measures that fans can expect throughout the season. It may take a few more minutes to get into your seats and you may not be able to bring in a camera to get that special photo, but we all understand the small sacrifices that have to be made after the terrorist strikes in New York, D.C. and Pennsylvania.

Here is a list of what to expect at Sunday's game:

Strict screening at all parking and stadium entrances, meaning that fans will have to leave tailgate parties and head for seats much earlier.

Checking cars at the gate and moving parking spaces away from the stadiums.

Barring fans from bringing bags into stadiums.

Credentialed media also will be asked to show picture IDs before admission, and players will be checked before boarding charter flights.

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