Seahawks Coach Pete Carroll Says QB Competition Equal As of Now

NFL.com reports that as of right now, Matt Flynn, Russell Wilson and Tarvaris Jackson are all equal when it comes to taking snaps in the teams offseason program.

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll has gone out of his way to create a sense of competition at quarterback this spring. We’ve heard a lot about field work being split equally between last year’s starter Tarvaris Jackson, rookie Russell Wilson and the team’s big free-agent signing, Matt Flynn. The average Seahawks fan would like to see Flynn emerge as the clear leader, but at least one teammate says that hasn’t happened. Seattle wideout Doug Baldwin delivered a first-hand account Saturday, telling ESPN Radio’s Liz Mathews that “as for Matt Flynn right now it’s hard to tell the distance between him and Tarvaris Jackson, not as clear-cut as people might think”



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