Russell Wilson Is Only the Beginning of Quarterback Intrigue in Seattle

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Going into the offseason, the only question at the quarterback position for the Seahawks was whether or not they would re-sign Tarvaris Jackson to backup Russell Wilson, but that little note has come and gone and the intrigue has grown immensely. Today I continue my grading of the Seahawks’ post-draft, offseason acquisitions by position.

At the quarterback position, the Seahawks only carried Wilson and Jackson last season, with B.J. Daniels joining the group in the late-season run and later becoming a practice squad debutante. Both are back as of mini-camp so the Hawks did not have any significant losses at QB, but there was still plenty of movement for Seattle in the constant effort and evolutionary process of upgrading every position, regardless of how good it seems. Let’s get into the retention grades for the two guys that are back after the jump.

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