Posted March 16, 2012 on
Hot News for QB Charlie Whitehurst

Seahawks likely won’t offer Matt Flynn “starter” money

According to Eric D. Williams of The News Tribune, the Seattle Seahawks will likely won’t offer free agent quarterback Matt Flynn “starter” money, but rather a contract in the neighborhood of two-years, $8 million. I’ve been very impressed with Flynn, but he clearly isn’t a proven quarterback and will need to prove exactly how much he’s worth before a team will  be willing...

QB Whitehurst rejoins Chargers

Quarterback Charlie Whitehurst has agreed to a two-year contract to return to the San Diego Chargers. Whitehurst was San Diego's third-round draft pick in 2006. He was the third-string quarterback behind Philip Rivers and Billy Volek for four seasons and never attempted a pass in the regular season. He was traded to Seattle and played in nine games in two seasons, throwing for...

Robinson says he's coming back to Seattle

Free agent fullback Michael Robinson says on Twitter on Thursday night that he's returning to the Seattle Seahawks. The team said an agreement with Robinson, who spent the last two seasons in Seattle, was not yet official. Robinson was a Pro Bowl alternate last season as the blocker in front of running back Marshawn Lynch. Robinson was also a captain and versatile on special...

Cornerback Marcus Trufant to visit Broncos Friday

Former Seattle Seahawks and Pro Bowl cornerback Marcus Trufant is scheduled to make a free agent visit to the Denver Broncos this Friday, Adam Schefter reports. Trufant, 31, spent all eight of his professional seasons with the Seahawks, earning Pro Bowl and All-Pro honors in 2007. He finished the 2011 season on Injured Reserve and was released by the club last week. The 5-11, 197...

Chargers ink QB Whitehurst to deal, release QB Volek

The San Diego Chargers welcomed back quarterback Charlie Whitehurst with a two-year contract. The deal is worth $4 million - including a $1 million signing bonus, NFL Network's Jason La Canfora reported on Friday night. Whitehurst's return allowed the Chargers to release veteran quarterback Billy Volek, 35. Whitehurst spent four seasons with San Diego from 2006-09, although...

I love the fact the Seahawks re-signed Marshawn Lynch

Seahawks re-sign Lynch to a 4-year $31 million deal Okay, so this isn’t exactly breaking news but on 3/4/2012 the Seahawks were able to re-signed the NFL’s top running back of the second half of last season. The anti-Alexander Marshawn Lynch runs hard every-time he touches the ball. It doesn’t matter if he is at the 1-yard line or mid-field. If he has a huge hole or a wall...

Seahawks sign DE Jason Jones

According to Jason LaCanfora of the NFL Network, the Seattle Seahawks signed defensive end Jason Jones to a one-year deal. The 25 year-old Jones has played the previous four seasons with the Titans and recorded 27 tackles and 3 sacks in 2011.  

Charlie Whitehurst is heading to San Diego

Charlie Whitehurst is officially gone, signing a 2 year deal with the San Diego Chargers worth $4 million, including a $1 signing bonus. This ends the Charlie Whitehurst in Seattle as Pete Carroll and John Schneider made him their first transaction, swapping second rounders with San Diego in 2009. Whitehurst was the #2 guy behind Philip Rivers when the Chargers traded to get Billy...

TSX: Free agent roundup

The Sports Xchange discusses a slow moving market for running backs, the interest in LaRon Landry, the Seahawks' intentions to re-sign Chris Clemons, Buffalo's new-look defense and more.
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