• Seahawks could struggle to find trade partner for Matt Flynn

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Jan 25, 2013
    Matt Flynn came to Seattle for a chance to start. According to Jason Cole of Yahoo! Sports, the Seahawks’ attempts to trade Flynn could prove to be troublesome as many around the league expect Flynn to be released. While teams may not want to send a draft pick to Seattle for a player they believe will be a free agent soon, the Seahawks may not be willing to cut Flynn quite so quickly either. It seems to make sense that Seattle would release Flynn rather than carrying a backup quarterback making $7.25 million to sit on the bench. Seahawks general manager John Schneider has said he would listen to offers so who might be making those offers? Well, that’s something that will take shape in the weeks and months ahead as those teams who want to add a quarterback will measure their options in free agency, the draft and this year via trade. Over the next few days, we’ll take a look at the teams who could be in the market to add a quarterback, a list that will include stops in place like Oakland and Jacksonville, but we start with the three teams in the league who seem most desperate to improve their quarterback situation:
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