Seattle Seahawks: Projected Trade Compensation and Replacing Matt Flynn

March 30, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Trade reports and updates trickled in throughout Friday as the Seattle Seahawks and Oakland Raiders worked on finalizing a trade for Matt Flynn. While the deal was originally reported by Gregg Rosenthal as being “imminent,” he later reported that the Raiders were working with Flynn’s camp on a restructured contract.
#Seahawks are deep in talks with #Raiders for a trade involving QB Matt Flynn, per sources. Raiders making a final run at Carson Palmer 1st
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 29, 2013 Seahawks fans spent much of Friday eagerly awaiting information on what the team would receive in draft compensation. As it became clear a deal wouldn't be done until Saturday or later, the speculation turned to what would happen if Flynn refused to renegotiate his contract.
Some have mused that the Seahawks might pay part of Flynn’s salary, but there are two issues with that assertion.
First, it doesn’t make financial sense for the Seahaw...

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