T.O. to the Seahawks?
August 6, 2012, 5:01 pm
Seahawks writer Clare Farnsworth joined guest host Bernard Bokenyi on The Bald Faced Truth Monday to break down the latest on the Terrell Owens visit in Seattle.
Seattle is looking to improve their depth at the wide receiver position, as the team recently released Mike Williams, brought in Braylon Edwards and released Antonio Bryant after just a 10-day contract. Owens could be that answer.
"I think the best way to put it is 'stay tuned'," Farnsworth commented. "It's one of those situations where he was here, had a good workout ... they're looking for the guy who's going to be Mike Williams starting opposite Sidney Rice."
Farnsworth also updated the battle for a starting quarterback, saying no favorite has yet emerged for that position.
"Nobody has jumped up to take this thing," Farnsworth said. "That's the situation as we continue to go along here."
"Everyday each guy does something well, but there's also other areas they need to improve."
In the interview, Farnsworth also speaks about the Hall of Fame speech by Cortez Kennedy, who spent his entire 11-year career with the Seahawks. Listen to the interview: