SEATTLE — The Seattle Seahawks are holding an annual meeting of the local media.
The Seattle City Council voted unanimously to host the meeting in late January, the Seattle Times reported.
The media is expected to be a big draw at the meeting, which will include local anchors, writers and editors.
The team said it will not release the names of those attending.
The team said a small group of its top management, which includes former NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue, will be in attendance.
The meeting will be open to the public, and the city will be offering a complimentary shuttle bus for journalists and other interested parties to the event.