Pete Carroll and John Schneider waited in the private plane in Denver, wondering if Peyton Manning would accept a request to meet with the brain trust of the Seattle Seahawks to see if that could be a potential landing spot for the free agent quarterback. This was March of 2012.
What was to have been a Tuesday practice was moved up to Monday for the Seahawks and their adoring fans at the VMAC in Renton.
80 degree sunshine greeted players and fans at Seahawks camp in Renton. The team had helmets, but no pads today. Highlights during the 11 on 11 drills included a Brady Quinn 50 yard touchdown pass […]
While Marshawn “Beast Mode” Lynch has ascended to the No. 2 rusher in the league in Seattle, C.J. Spiller has hardly been used in Buffalo.
Coach Pete Carroll continues to be very guarded about his grand plan concerning the three-way battle for the Seahawks’ starting quarterback position.
Seattle will enter training camp with Matt Flynn, Tarvaris Jackson and Russell Wilson splitting reps, Jackson getting the first snaps with the No. 1 offense, as was the case during offseason workouts and minicamp. But all three will get equal time — at least early in camp — with the No. 1 unit. All Carroll has said about the timeline for the competition is it’ll likely go into the start of exhibition games, which begin Aug. 11 at home against Tennessee.
On February 5th, Super Bowl Sunday, we will all sit in our living rooms with a pile of snacks and watch two teams that aren’t our beloved Seahawks. Let’s take this opportunity to look forward and ponder the big question this offseason: To quarterback or not to quarterback?