According to James Walker of ESPN, recently released Cleveland Browns QB Derek Anderson has two visits set up, including a visit to Seattle on Thursday and Arizona on Saturday.
Anderson would be a backup quarterback option for Seattle as they continue to pursue a young quarterback in the draft to groom as an eventual replacement for Matt Hasselbeck.
Also, ESPN's Sal Paolantonio reports the Seahawks have been calling the Philadelphia Eagles non-stop in regards to Donovan McNabb and Kevin Kolb, but the Eagles are not interested in giving up either quarterback. Maybe Pete Carroll is not as big as a believer in Hasselbeck as he lets on.
The Arizona Cardinals re-signed safety Matt Ware after he made a trip to Seattle.
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