2010 NFL Draft: Where Do the Seattle Seahawks Look for Their Future QB?

March 9, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Now that Seahawks' career backup Seneca Wallace has been reunited with his former head coach in Cleveland, the immediate follow-up question becomes: In which round does Seattle select a quarterback, and more importantly who's the man? 
Even before Wallace was traded, adding depth at the ultra-important position was a desperate need with an aging Matt Hasselbeck.
But when Seattle shipped their longtime backup pivot to the Browns—whose President Mike Holmgren coached the versatile Wallace for six seasons—the situation has suddenly become much more dire for Seattle's brass heading into a crucial period in the franchise's history.
The trade, which awarded the Seahawks a conditional draft pick in 2011, leaves a major void at quarterback, which will now likely be filled in April's NFL Draft. In all estimation, Hasselbeck will start most of the season, but the team needs a backup and a p...

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