The Seattle Seahawks Are Hunting Quarterbacks

March 11, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

A day after trading Seneca Wallace for a bag of stale peanuts, the Seahawks all of a sudden have become known as big players in the quarterback shell game — linked to Donovan McNabb, Kevin Kolb, Derek Anderson, and Charlie Whitehurst.
First of all, the Seahawks’ new staff (coach Pete Carroll, general manager John Schneider, and offensive coordinator Jeremy Bates) obviously thought little of Wallace.
They reportedly received only a conditional seventh-round pick in the 2011 draft for a guy Cleveland’s Mike Holmgren surely would have given more for. Like maybe one of his four fifth-round picks in next month’s draft?
And you thought giving up Julian Peterson for Cory Redding and a fifth-rounder last year was a bad deal.
Where’s Randy Mueller when you need him? The guy who got a first-round pick from Chicago for flameout QB Rick Mirer in 1997?
It’s true that the Hawks didn’t have much need for Wallace, but Holmgren did. And...

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