Seahawks Trade 1st Round Bust Kelly Jennings to Bengals

There is a god, Kelly Jennings is no longer a Seattle Seahawk.

They should re-name August 29th in his honor because fans will no longer have to watch him get absolutely torched on an annual basis. After a long day this was just the sort of thing to put a spring in my step, no longer will fans have to witness scenarios like the picture above.

There couldn’t be a more fitting place for him to go to, my first guess was the Detroit Lions, but I wasn’t too far off because he’s headed to Cincinnati.

I don’t even care that all they managed to get in return was defensive tackle Clinton McDonald, some random guy who had 4 tackles last season; this is addition by subtraction folks. I can guarantee you deep down inside Larry Fitzgerald is pissed off that he doesn’t get to face Jennings twice a year and has to face what by all means appears to be Mike Williams 2.0 in Brandon Browner.

In fact, that should show just how little of a market there was for Jennings, not only did he go to arguably the worst team in the league, but Seattle couldn’t even get a proven role player in return.

I don’t know about you, but I am more than looking forward to what these tall Carroll corners can do, Browner at 6″4 and Richard Sherman at 6″3, should make for some real interesting match-ups against four receiver sets.

Note:

Call me crazy, but during a dream last night I clearly remember seeing some sort of news flash or something on the television about the team signing guard Leonard Davis. The thing that won’t happen is the fact it was for 5 years (which even in the dream I thought was odd), but nonetheless, it would very interesting to see if they signed him or recently released Andre Gurode in the coming days.


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