John McGrath of The News Tribune doesn’t know if Green Bay backup quarterback Matt Flynn is the answer to the Seattle Seahawks question of who will be the team’s long-term solution at quarterback, but he’s just pleased Seattle-area radio stations are blasting the airwaves with nonstop Flynn talk instead of a steady diet of Tim Tebow.
McGrath: “It’s reasonable to wonder: Is Matt Flynn the latest Packers backup on the verge of blossoming as a full-time quarterback, as Hasselbeck and Rodgers did?
Or is he another Kevin Kolb, terrific in a spot-starting role but a bust as a full-timer?
Don’t ask me. Sorry. All I know is that as the NFL season has devolved into eight months of future-roster conjecture, Seahawks fans want to read about Flynn, and talk about Flynn, and argue about Flynn, because once Flynn is removed from the equation, all that’s left are some playoff games that shouldn’t require an appearance by Flynn.
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Just the same, I’m glad Flynn has emerged not only as a conversation topic, but as proof of a divine force from heaven interceding on our football matters.
Without Matt Flynn, Sea-hawks fans have nothing to talk about except Tim Tebow.”
Running back Vai Taua is the lastest player to sign a futures contract with Seattle. Taua was on Seattle's practice squad for most of the season.
Calvin Watkins of ESPN Dallas reports that former Seahawk and Tacoma native Jon Kitna has told the Dallas Cowboys of his intentions to retire.
Evan Silva of Rotoworld provides a master list of NFL free agents for this year.
Jack Bechta of the National Football Post has an interesting take on building the perfect GM.
Rob Rang of NFLDraftScout.com gives us 10 players with something to prove in the upcoming All-Star games, with Boise State quarterback Kellen Moore at the top of the list.
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