Again, here's a wrap-up of some of the major stories and articles from the past week. Here's your chance to go back and re-ignite some discussion from stories that have fallen off the first page and into the back of our minds.
Matt Leinart is a free-agent and as soon as the CBA is worked out, he'll be looking to sign with a new team. He's hoping to get a chance to start for his team, and the Seahawks are currently without a presumptive starter. Could Seattle be a landing place for the former Heisman winner?
The "Science" of Drafting a QB: Jacson highlights which Quarterbacks were taken where in the draft and talks about what a crapshoot finding a franchise QB really can be.
Will the Seattle Seahawks Draft a Defensive End at #25? Justin Houston and the Leo position could be on the Hawks' radar with the 25th pick in the draft.
Around the Airwaves: Ryan Mallett on KJR 950 With Ian Furness: A lot of debate still over whether Mallett could or should be the Seahawks' quarterback of the future.
Talent Evaluation and How Jake Locker Reminds Me of Matt Ryan: On the other hand, great debate over whether Jake Locker will have success in the NFL and whether he should be considered with #25.
Charlie Whitehurst's First NFL Start - Breaking Down the First Half: Charlie Whitehurst's first NFL start is broken down - the first half anyway. Lowlights include an interception on a big dropped pass by Mike Williams and a terrible pass on 3rd and short by Charlie.
Dave Razzano and The Best Value Picks After Round One: some potential sleeper picks are profiled by the former NFL Scout.
Positional Value in the NFL Draft: Defensive Tackles and Offensive Interior Linemen have seen their stock rise in the past few years.