According to Tony Grossi of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Cleveland Browns president Mike Holmgren might have interest in another Seattle Seahawks quarterback not named Matt Hasselebeck – Seneca Wallace.
If Holmgren were to seek Wallace in a potential trade I’m sure the Seahawks would be willing to listen. Holmgren always showed confidence in Wallace and took time to groom the athletic thrower into a quality back-up.
Wallace heads into the final year of his contract this season, and the Seahawks could be looking to free up a spot to develop a No. 2 quarterback behind Hasselbeck.
Here’s my story today on the Seahawks pursuit of Denver restricted free agent receiver Brandon Marshall.
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According to this report from Scout.com, Green Bay free agent quarterback Aaron Kampman traveled to Jacksonville and will meet with the Jaguars today. The Seahawks could have interest in Kampman as a potential upgrade at defensive end.
Matt Maiocco of the Santa Rosa Press Democrat reports that San Francisco free agent receiver Arnaz Battle is headed to Pittsburgh, and his scheduled trip to Seattle has been put on hold.
Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic notes the Cardinals appear to have taken a step back, losing starting free safety Antrel Rolle, starting linebacker Karlos Dansby and wide receiver Anquan Boldin on the first full day of free agency.
Doug Farrar of Yahoo Sports NFL blog Shutdown Corner says the Seahawks could be on their way to being one of this year’s free agent loser, after losing Nate Burleson and now looking to spend what he believes is too much money on receiver Brandon Marshall.