After adding QB Matt Flynn, the Seahawks have scheduled a visit Tuesday for Raiders RB Michael Bush. TE Jacob Tamme also to visit Seattle. (...) Now another source says nothing has been scheduled between Seahawks and Michael Bush, just that Seattle "very much" wants to bring him in.
Schefter also reports that Seattle continues to try and arrange a visit with Manning, but his camp isn’t interested at this point.
#Seahawks announce Keith Carter as new quality control/offense coach and former player Marquand Manuel as asst. special teams coach. Additionally, the #Seahawks added John Glenn as coaching assistant/special teams and Kenechi Udeze as coaching intern/defensive line. Rocky Seto promoted from assistant DB coach to defensive passing game coordinator.
"The Super Bowl just ended," Baldwin said. "So those guys have been on the field working this entire time. And they didn’t take any time off, so why would I?"
Fins, Seahawks top two for Flynn
Based on conversations with Matt Flynn "in the last few days," Aaron Rodgers believes the Dolphins and Seahawks are the "two top dogs" in the race for the free agent QB.
"I think it's a strong possibility that [the Dolphins] would make a run at him," Rodgers said. "Joe [Philbin] in that system, which I’m sure is going to be very similar to this system, and Matt having a great grasp of that and playing well in his recent opportunities." Seahawks GM John Schneider, formerly with the Packers, is "pulling some strings" to bring Flynn to Seattle, according to Rodgers.
I feel like now would be a good time to point out the Seahawks' interest in Matt Flynn is slim to none. ...and by slim to none, I mean NONE
"Received some great news today. Looking forward to a tough off season and an even better league year!"
OU's Landry Jones: "I want to accomplish the goals I set before I got here & there is still a lot more to do."
If the Seahawks are looking for speed and a better pass rush, they could easily line Montgomery opposite Clemons and use a more orthodox 3-4 look with the three big bodies in the middle, while keeping the front four on passing downs.