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    Quote Originally Posted by House View Post
    I doubt he'll stick. He has some real conditioning to do. He's a fearless WR who could come in and send BMW packing.

    I'm excited about our WR corp and I think the breakout player is going to be Kris Durham
    It'd be real nice if he could come in and play like he did before his injuries.
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    If he's just decent it would be a shame to give PT of all our young guys away to him. I guess he doesn't necessarily have to be a starter to make the team though.

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    Should me invest a pick on this kid?
    http://www.fieldgulls.com/2012/7/10/...lemental-draft
    I GOT THIS!!!
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    It depends on what pick we'd take him at.

    It'd be a good excuse to get rid of BMW and Obo though. Preferably Obo.
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    http://mynorthwest.com/?nid=577&a=99...Clayton%20Show

    Former exec Softli tells Clayton he believes Wilson will be the starter by the 2013 season if not sooner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FWBrodie View Post
    http://mynorthwest.com/?nid=577&a=99...Clayton%20Show

    Former exec Softli tells Clayton he believes Wilson will be the starter by the 2013 season if not sooner.
    From what I've heard, the Seahawks plan on waiting a year on Wilson. He had great mini camps, but he still needs to learn the playbook. If you look at recent Carroll interviews he doesn't outright say it, but he definitely makes it seem like it's down to a two man race.

    I think he could definitely take it next year though. Even though he's extremely smart, and capable I think ANY QB (including RG3 and Luck) should sit a year. Get comfortable ya know? The way fans are nowadays he'll get booed out of town for one poor season. Especially this year when expectations are so high. I don't think he'll see a start all season. Tarvaris will be kept one more year at the #2, and Wilson will take control (of either the back up or starting job) next season.

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    I'd be extremely satisfied with Flynn starting one season, Wilson taking the reins next year, and having Flynn back him up. Flynn is more than capable of being a good backup.

    Ideally: Wilson-Flynn-Portis
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    Well, they kind of need to find out what they have so they know whether or not they need to go all in for a QB in next year's draft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FWBrodie View Post
    Well, they kind of need to find out what they have so they know whether or not they need to go all in for a QB in next year's draft.
    Also, the need to figure out whether they're going with Flynn or Wilson soon, because they need to get them all of the first team reps. Or at least majority.

    I'm assuming T-Jack doesn't stay first string. That would be a catastrophe, to me.
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    Mike Williams released

    Per KJR Mike Williams has been released by the Seahawks.

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    Mike Williams - WR - Seahawks
    Seahawks released WR Mike Williams.
    Williams' release comes just four days after the Seattle Times postulated his roster spot was up in the air. Still rehabbing from a gruesome late-season leg injury, Williams was set to count $3.6 million against the cap after catching just 18 passes for 236 yards in 12 games in 2011. The move is good news for Ben Obomanu and Deon Butler, who now have one less body to compete with. Although Williams' 2010 comeback made for an excellent story, he should draw scant interest in free agency heading into his age-28 campaign.

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    Didn't expect this, but I'm actually pretty glad it happened. He played extremely poorly last season.

    Now the only WR I don't really want/care for to make the roster is Obo
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    One of my Fav. Seahawks over the last few seasons i hope this means lockette the Rocket is making a very good impression.

    I hope he finds a new home some were that doesn't have a guy like Tarvaris Jackson throwing the football.

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    What Natey said.
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