Seattle wraps minicamp with no decisions at QB
RENTON, Wash. (AP) - Even with a full offseason of OTAs, individual workouts and minicamps, the Seattle Seahawks will still head into training camp next month with a three-way competition at quarterback.
That was the word from Seahawks coach Pete Carroll after Seattle wrapped up its three-day mandatory minicamp on Thursday. Seattle will continue with its plan of trying to evenly split reps between incumbent Tarvaris Jackson, free agent signing Matt Flynn and rookie third-round draft pick Russell Wilson when training camp opens next month.
The QBs all got turns working with the No. 1 offense this week.
Carroll also said Thursday that he was impressed by Brian Banks during his two-day tryout this week, but no decision has been made on whether he'll be invited to training camp.