Found January 17, 2013 on thepigskinreport.com:
The Jacksonville Jaguars announced this morning that the team has hired former Seattle Seahawks defensive coordinator Gus Bradley. Will the Jacksonville Jaguars now trade for Seahawks QB Matt Flynn? Bradley obviously has intimate knowledge of Flynn, watching him on the practice field all season long. If anyone knows if Flynn is capable of being a starting quarterback in the league, it would be Bradley. Seattle head coach Pete Carroll told reporters this week that the team would be willing to trade Flynn if he indeed requests a trade. Flynn is firmly locked in the number two role in Seattle behind Russell Wilson. Blaine Gabbert is not a long-term solution for the Jaguars. Chad Henne is average and more suited for a backup role. The Jaguars fron office has dismissed the idea of landing Tim Tebow. Can Matt Flynn be the dynamic quarterback that Jacksonville needs? Gus Bradley knows. Jacksonville has high draft picks in each round and perhaps the Jaguars to wrestle Flynn away with a thir...
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