The Seattle Seahawks are one of the few teams in the NFL who don’t have to worry about their starting quarterback position but they’re interested in improving the backup role. They seem to have done that by re-signing Tavaris Jackson, but another quarterback could be brought in if he strikes out elsewhere.
Mark Sanchez has a history with former USC Trojans head coach Pete Carroll and the lack of quarterback jobs available to him could lead to a reunion in Seattle.
Sanchez’s old college coach, Pete Carroll, re-signed Tarvaris Jackson as Russell Wilson’s backup, but he could provide a landing spot if Sanchez strikes out elsewhere.
Of course, Seattle would need to be interested in this and it’s hard to see the team throwing money at a player they really don’t need. But the question is do the Seahawks think Tavaris Jackson is a better backup option than Sanchez or vice versa, and that could lead to a cheap deal for Sanchez.
He got out of New York, which was the first step in possibly reviving his career, but now he needs a suitable home. Seattle won’t afford an opportunity to start in the NFL but it could provide a chance to restart his chances of once again doing so.