Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Seahawks not committed to Geno as QB1

Seattle Seahawks GM John Schneider has refused to be pinned down on the likelihood of Geno Smith being the starting QB next season.

“Yeah, I mean, I would think yes, he’s the starter until he’s not,” Schneider said at the NFL combine.

“Really, our coaches aren’t down here with us, so basically what we’re doing is we’re — we have a vision, we have a plan for what we’re doing. Next week, when we get back in the office after kind of learning the landscape down here, talking to all the agents, all the other teams, what we’re going to learn throughout the week.”

Do the Seahawks really have no clue?

“Kind of coming around the corner next week, getting back with those guys, with the new staff, with Mike McDonald‘s staff in place and then getting our alignment and really asking for patience from all of our players, all of the guys that are free agents and the guys that are still, like, kind of on the team looking to just talk to their position coach.”

“I’m sure those guys are doing that this week. I know some guys have already reached out and everything. But we really just finished up the staff, like, last Thursday or Friday.”

Do the Seahawks really have no clue, or is it really just that they don’t know if they’ll get the replacement they want. With all the teams currently in the talk of getting a new QB, Steelers, Broncos, Falcons, the Seahawks have been mostly forgotten because they already have a serviceable option.

But the fact they can’t commit to Geno publicly is a sign that at best he’ll be on thin ice heading into camp.

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