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Noah Fant says Seahawks, Chiefs have loudest NFL stadiums

New Seahawks tight end Noah Fant weighed in on the loudest stadiums in the NFL, giving the nod to Seattle and Kansas City.

Noah Fant is beginning a new phase of his career after being shipped off to Seattle as part of the Broncos trade for Russell Wilson.

He’s settling into his new city just fine and partnering with new Seahawks teammate Chris Carson and USAA to tour some of the must-see sites in the area.

He’s also finding ways to get on the good side of the 12th Man with some serious compliments about the atmosphere at Lumen Field.

“People think I’m crazy when I say this, but when we played Seattle in the preseason, that was one of the loudest games that we played in all season,” Fant told Matt Verderame of FanSided during his recent appearance on the Stacking The Box podcast. “In a preseason game, when we got down to our redzone area and they were cheering it was deafening. You can’t hear anything that’s being called.”

Noah Fant says Seahawks, Chiefs have loudest NFL stadiums

“I have to give the 12s their credit. They bring it every game,” Fant said.

Now that he’s not a Bronco, he was also able to compliment the Chiefs on their atmosphere. He called Arrowhead one of the loudest stadiums he’s experienced.

Fant came into the league as a first round selection by Denver in the 2019 NFL Draft. The Seahawks had him on their draft board and considered picking him up, so it seems fated he’d end up in Seattle in the long run.

In his first three seasons in the league, he caught 170 passes for 1,905 yards and 10 touchdowns. He’s looking to take the next step as a playmaker in his new uniform this year.

His partnership with USAA is all about connecting with fellow movers out there who will also be experiencing life in a new place this summer and beyond. USAA the Official NFL and Seahawks Salute to Service Partner,  is offering helpful tips to make your move easier at USAA.com/Movers.

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