Tony Grossi of the Cleveland Plain Dealer speculates that new Browns quarterback Seneca Wallace may not be coming to town just as person to help Cleveland offensive players learn Mike Holmgren’s version of the West Coast offense.
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Don't count it out.
"He's accurate, he's decisive, he's got a strong arm and drives defenses crazy because he's very mobile," a league source said of Wallace.
ESPN’s John Clayton says the Wallace trade opens up the possibility of Cleveland quarterback Derek Anderson possibly coming to Seattle as a backup once the Browns release him.
In my story today on Wallace being traded to Cleveland for an undisclosed draft pick in 2011, Holmgren said at the end of the 2008 season that Wallace had a chance to become a starting quarterback in the league.
Our own Dave Boling believes Denver restricted free agent Brandon Marshall is a risk not worth taking for the Seahawks.
I talked with KJR’s Ian Furness about Marshall coming to Seattle in this audio link.
Michael Lombardi of the National Football Post says the trade is a sure sign that the Browns are changing their offense.
More Lombardi: He still believes it’s a realistic expectation for a team to pony up a first-round pick for the right to sign Brandon Marshall, and also reports that Seattle remains very interested.
Brian Billick of Fox Sports talks about the Marshall situation along with the possibility of Tim Tebow coming to Seattle in this video below.
Frank Cooney of NFLDraftScout.com ranks Nebraska defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh as his top prospect among his top 64 players heading into April’s draft.
Dukeshire linked to this in the comments section, so I'm grabbing it and posted it here. It’s an article from Salt Lake City TV station KSL-TV detailing Utah OL Zane Beadles’ workout. Sixteen teams were in attendance, including Seattle.
Bernie Miklasz of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch talks to Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops, who says quarterback Sam Bradford has the leadership and skill set to be a franchise quarterback in the league.