Found August 24, 2012 on Football Nation:
With the trade rumors swirling around about Jackson and where he might land, it's time to explain why each of these five teams should give strong consideration to trading for him.1. Packers: If it’s true, the Seahawks aren’t seeking higher than a 5th round pick, meaning the Packers should make this deal.The Packers need a legitimate backup quarterback and Jackson could also allow the Packers to run a wildcat offense if they choose to.If Jackson has a few years to sit behind Rodgers, he could transform like Michael Vick did the Eagles. I mean, after all, Jackson did play fairly well despite his surroundings, throwing for over 3,000 yards.The Packers are coming off of a 15-1 season and Jackson would add depth and a weapon to an offense that’s already loaded.2. Panthers: Whenever you have a quarterback who rushes for over 700 yards a season, you need to have insurance.Cam Newton would be the unquestioned starter, but why not add depth at quarterback?Right now, with the current Pant...

Report: Owens on verge of being cut

According to a Seahawks beat writer, Terrell Owens could be on the outs and that his unproductive play and diva behavior might be his one-way ticket out of town.

Russell Wilson likely secured the Seahawks starting quaterback job

Getty Coming into tonight’s game against the Chiefs, all rookie quarterback Russell Wilson had to do was give the Seahawks a good reason to make him their starter heading into the season, and I believe he did that. Now only were Wilson’s stats impressive tonight (13-19 for 185 yards and 2 TD’s), but they aren’t too shabby for the entire preseason. Russell Wilson...

Russell Wilson, to start for the Seattle Seahawks, but should he get the job?

Russell Wilson will start at quarterback, in the Seattle Seahawks’ 3rd preseason game. Because the 3rd preseason game is widely accepted as the “dress rehersal” for the regular season, it’s now obvious that there is a quarterback competition in Seattle. But should there be? Many people are coming out in support of Matt Flynn. “How could you bench Matt Flynn? I mean, you...

Seattle Seahawks 2012-13 Season Preview

The Seattle Seahawks enter their 2012 campaign with a mixed bag of expectations, depending of course on who you speak to, or which experts like their chances, and which ones do not. With one of the more difficult schedules (11thNFL, 7th NFC), Seattle absolutely will have their hands full this year. They have no “circled wins”, no cupcake games to get their confidence up and get...

Wilson makes his case for Seahawks

Russell Wilson made the most of his first chance to start for Seattle. The rookie quarterback threw for 185 yards and two touchdowns in a just under three quarters of work Friday night, leading the Seahawks to a 44-14 rout of the Kansas City Chiefs. The third-round draft pick has been competing for the No. 1 job with Matt Flynn, the former Green Bay backup who signed in the offseason...

Report: Seahawks starting job is Russell Wilson’s to lose at this point

AP According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter via Evan Silva of, if quarterback Russell Wilson plays well this week as a starter for the Seahawks, he’ll get the starting job heading into the regular season. Adam Schefter said on SportsCenter #Seahawks QB job is “out of (Matt Flynn’s) hands” at this pt. Wilson will start if he plays well Friday. — Evan Silva (@evansilva...

Five Seattle Seahawks who must impress vs. Chiefs Friday

One More Chance The Countdown Is On – Game 1 Is In 17 Days – September 9th, 2012 1:25PM PT - University of Phoenix Stadium When the Seattle Seahawks take on the Kansas City Chiefs on Friday night, it will be the last game for 15 guys to show why they belong, before the rosters are trimmed to 75 on Monday afternoon. Some guys in the following piece may not be bubble players...

Seahawks 44, Chiefs 14

Rookie quarterback Russell Wilson staked his claim to the starting job in Seattle on Friday night, throwing for 185 yards and two touchdowns while leading the Seahawks to a 44-14 rout of the Kansas City Chiefs. Wilson has been competing for the job with Matt Flynn, who was held out of the game with a sore elbow, and he got a lot of help from the rest of the Seahawks. Earl Thomas...

Regular Season Primer?

When the Seattle Seahawks invade Arrowhead stadium Friday night to face the Chiefs, this game could be a precursor to which Kansas City team arrives opening day.

Seahawks vs. Kansas City Chiefs: NFL love ‘em & hate ‘em Preseason Week 3

Star in the making Seattle 44, Kansas City 14 When: 8:00 PM ET, Friday, August 24, 2012 Where: Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, Missouri Temperature: 85° Head Official: Craig Ochoa Attendance: 99999 Boxscore | Recap  The Seattle Seahawks took to the field again Friday night, heading to Kansas City to take on the Chiefs. There were many battles to be won in the position competitions...

Kansas City Chiefs: What They Need to Prove vs. Seattle

Russell Wilson will be starting tonight for the Seattle Seahawks in the third preseason game at Arrowhead Stadium.To say Wilson has looked good in his first two preseason games in his rookie campaign would likely be an understatement.  The Wisconsin product has a legitimate chance to steal the starting job for gang moss-green from Matt Flynn.After the horrific performance from the...

Rookie Quarterbacks Are Taking Over The League

With quarterbacks becoming so fragile as of late, the new trend in the NFL is to put a baby faced, untested rookie at the position and let him take the reigns.Russell Wilson is set to become the fifth starting rookie quarterback in the NFL this year, when he steps onto the field for the Seattle Seahawks on Friday night against the Kansas City Chiefs.Luck, RGIII, Tannehill, Weeden...
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