Let's make something clear: Seattle wasn't interested in Matt Leinart for one reason -- it has two quarterbacks that the coaching staff and administration believe in.
I received a message from a Seahawks' fan wondering if there was a division of opinion on Leinart within the Seahawks, but there is not -- nor has there ever been. While Pete Carroll coached him at USC, he and his front office are in sync in their support of Matt Hasselbeck and Charlie Whitehurst. They like what they have at the most important position and aren't looking for Leinart or anyone else.
There are no hidden meanings, no differences, no divided loyalties, no nothing behind the Seahawks' passing on Leinart. They simply believe in the quarterbacks they have. They believe Hasselbeck can win for them now, and they believe Whitehurst can win for them when he is called. Which means they believe they have the position handled.
Seahawks always in agreement on Leinart
Posted on: September 5, 2010 4:37 pm
Edited on: September 5, 2010 5:09 pm