With Losman Now in Seattle, Teel Expected to be Out

Coach Pete Carroll loves to create competition.

No matter where you look at Seattle’s roster, you see starters, returners, newcomers and busts all fighting it out to just make the opening roster, let alone to earn playing time in the 2010 regular season.  The latest position to be shaken up is quarterback.

Yesterday the Seahawks signed J.P. Losman to a one-year contract and, with his acquisition, Danny O’Neil of the Seattle Times reports that the team’s waived third-string signal caller Mike Teel.

Teel was a sixth-round draft choice by the Seahawks in 2009 after playing for the Rutgers Scarlet Knights out of the Big East Conference.

Neither the league’s official Web site or Seattle’s official team Web site reflect the transaction regarding Teel yet.


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