Pre-read 5/22: Revisiting Seahawks’ QB trade options

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Analysis: Revisiting Seattle Seahawks’ quarterback trade options – Sports Illustrated Seattle Seahawks News, Analysis & More
Everything the Seahawks have said and done so far makes them seem really content with Geno Smith or Drew Lock at quarterback this season. But if this proves to be the team’s long-term bluff, would trading for Baker Mayfield be the only option?

Seahawks OC shares QB leading their competition
A quarterback is clearly taking the lead to replace Russell Wilson, said Sean Waldron, offensive coordinator for the Seattle Seahawks.

Heap: 4 Seahawks rookies with the best chances to start in Week 1 – Seattle Sports
Seahawks select nine players 2022 NFL Draft Former NFL QB Jake Heaps thinks the four have a good chance to start right away.

What kind of team have the Seahawks built?We’ll start looking for answers when OTA starts Monday
If you’re looking for a boring offseason, the Seahawks don’t offer it. Instead, they made a historic trade, with the future Hall of Famer quarterback leaving in exchange for a series of draft picks aimed at revitalizing the roster. Maybe you’re disappointed with these deals.

“This deal keeps getting worse” – Lando Calrissian
When news first broke, Russell Wilson had been traded to Denver Broncos, Seahawks fans were saddened to see their team’s QB sent away, but also optimistic about a return. Also, Drewlock never really got a fair shot in Denver! John Schneider and Pete Carroll likely expected Rock to be the team’s starting quarterback in the Wilson trade.

NFC West News

Alan Robinson ready to prove doubters wrong about Rams – Turf Show Era
Along with defending champs, veteran receiver has best QB situation of his career

New Rams WR Alan Robinson says coach Sean McVeigh will ‘bring out the best’ of him – Sports Illustrated Los Angeles Rams news, analysis and more
Alan Robinson is excited to start the Rams offense.

Will the 49ers win over or under 10 games in 2022? – Sports Illustrated San Francisco 49ers news, analysis and more
Can the 49ers surpass the number of championships in 2021? Or will they return to less than 10 wins in 2022?

Will the Cardinals’ No. 2 be back on the roster? – Bird’s Revenge
Potential five-way running back battle for major rhythm-changing role behind James Connor could start in Arizona

6 questions for the Cardinals as OTAs start
this Arizona Cardinals The first week of Organizing Team Activities (OTA) will begin next week. It opens the third and final phase of the offseason program.

around the NFL

Chicago Bears count on rookies Kyler Gordon and Jaaquin Brisk to help rebuild middle school – Chicago Bears – ESPN
Chicago’s top picks Kyle Gordon and Jaaquin Brisk will have the opportunity to make an early impact in a program premised on forced turnovers.

Giants’ De Leonard Williams says there’s a ‘contagious energy’ in practice under new regime
Giants’ De Leonard Williams told reporters during last week’s OTA that there’s a “contagious energy” in action under the team’s new system. Part of the energy came from the signature aggression of new defensive coordinator Don Martindale.

Report: NFL owners are ‘counting votes’ in support of possible ouster Daniel Snyder – ProFootballTalk
There was a lot of smoke around Washington Commanders owner Daniel Snyder. The smoke caught the attention of his partners, even without confirmation that there was a fire.

Report: Giants WR Kadarius Toney has knee surgery – National Football Post
New York Giants Wide receiver Kadarius Toney is reportedly recovering from minor knee surgery.Tony is wearing a red contactless sweatshirt during or

Daniel Snyder’s questions force other NFL owners to consider tough options: ‘We’re counting the votes’
Daniel Snyder was not officially on the NFL meeting agenda this week.

Bud Grant urges NFL to change rules to reduce kneeling, fair catches, touchdowns
Former Hall of Fame Vikings coach Bud Grant is 95 years old, almost as old as the NFL itself. But he has yet to offer advice on how the league can improve the quality of its game.

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