Although i think Hasselbeck has seen his day as a starting QB for the Seattle Seahawks, I find this to be very highly unlikely to happen, but with the moves the Seahawks have already made in free agency, who knows what the hell they will do next?
Apparently Seattle isn’t quite out of the Donovan McNabb sweepstakes. Mike Florio writes on Sportingnews.com that the Seahawks are one of 13 teams that the Eagles could trade McNabb to.
He suggests the Seahawks’ Matt Hasselbeck gives them a unique trading chip because he is experienced in a West Coast offense, similar to the Eagles’. That would give Philadelphia a viable backup if Kevin Kolb doesn’t work out.
Florio includes Seattle because the “Seattle Seahawks have been flirting with making a big splash in the 2010 offseason, but they have consistently stopped short of pulling the trigger.”
Even if Seattle doesn’t trade for McNabb, he could have an impact on the team. Florio also lists the three other NFC West teams as possible destinations.
The Seahawks have been flirting with making a big splash in the 2010 offseason, but they have consistently stopped short of pulling the trigger.
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