Seahawks third string quarterback J.P. Losman was pleased to be back in football after the Seahawks signed him back to the team last week. But he understands he has to continue to put his work in to stay on this team, particularly with head coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider’s emphasis on competition.
After Losman’s first practice last week, he worked on some throws after practice while the Seahawks put free agent quarterback Trevor Harris through a workout, another sign this team continues to look to improve.
“You just love being around the guys,” Losman said. “You love being around the game, actually. It’s no fun watching it on TV, I’ll tell you that, especially in some little dive bar in Napa Valley.”
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