Pete Carroll says Seahawks “May Have Two Number Ones” At Quarterback
Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll talks to reporters after a session of the NFL football team's rookie minicamp, Friday, May 6, 2022, in Renton, Wash. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

Seattle Seahawks coach, Pete Carroll, seemed to have won out on the batter with former quarterback Russell Wilson.  But he still hasn’t decided on a starting quarterback this season for the Seahawks.  After trading Wilson to the Broncos, part of the compensation back was quarterback Drew Lock.  He is competing with returning quarterback, Geno Smith.  Drew Lock ended up getting Covid 19 and was out for a little while but at Carroll’s latest press conference he said the Seahawks “may have two number ones.”

Drew Lock is expected to play a lot in the Seahawks preseason finale on Friday against the Cowboys.  Lock has started 21 games in 3 seasons with Denver.  While Geno Smith has started 34 games in his 9 year career, including 3 a season ago for Seattle.

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