Dave Boling of The News Tribune offers an in-depth break down of Seattle’s three-way quarterback competition this morning, providing thoughts on Tarvaris Jackson, Matt Flynn and Russell Wilson’s strengths and weaknesses.
But ultimately Boling believes that Flynn will win the job.
Boling: It will be Flynn when the season starts. Jackson has shown he’s willing and able to be a solid backup. But I wouldn’t be surprised to see a limited roll-out package put in that could exploit Wilson’s skills as a change-up for a series or two as he learns what the NFL game is all about.”
Here’s my story on the Seahawks agreeing to terms with receiver Terrell Owens. The 38-year-old receiver isn’t expected to attend practice until Wednesday.
Brock Huard of ESPN 710 Seattle writes that there’s plenty to like about the Owens signing.
Jerry Brewer of the Seattle Times writes that the Seahawks bringing Owens in is a dangerous move, and wonders how much craziness are the Seahawks willing to digest.
Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com believes Seattle has the best shot to make the playoffs of the teams going through quarterback battles during training camp, including Tennessee, Arizona and Miami.
More Rosenthal: He believes that Pete Carroll is one of the few coaches with enough clout to handled Owens.
NFL Network analyst Heath Evans says that Terrell Owens could have an impact in Seattle in this video link.
Chris Burke of Sports Illustrated writes to get your popcorn – and maybe a few bottles of aspirin – ready with the arrival of Owens.
I talked about Seattle’s quarterback battle with ESPN 710 Seattle’s Bob Stelton and Dave Wyman in this audio link.
Clare Farnsworth of Seahawks.com writes that Golden Tate is one of the players that Carroll singled out as stepping up during the first eight days of training camp.