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Free-agent Flynn leaves Packers to QB Seahawks

 

Matt flynn with Packers in 2011 (photo by Gabriel Cervantes via wikipedia commons)

Just like Aaron Rodgers and Matt Hasselbeck who were stuck behind Brett Favre in Green Bay, Matt Flynn has decided he didn’t want to be an NFL backup quarterbcak any longer.

The Seattle Seahawks have signed the former LSU star and hopes he becomes a long-tern franchise quarterback.

The Seahawks reached a contract agreement with Flynn on a three-year deal and rescued him from being a backup to Rodgers.

The 26-year-old has career stats of 9 touchdowns and 5 interceptions with 1,015 passing yards and a QB rating of 92.8.

Flynn earned a Super Bowl ring in Super Bowl XLV.

Contract details were not revealed, but information on facebook, twitter and the internet, reveal that the total is up to $24 million.

 

Info compiled from Seattle Seahawks & NFL news

AFC North has the NFL’s top defenses

 

(clipart courtesy of Clker.com)

On Sunday, the Cleveland Browns allowed the woeful Seattle Seahawks only 137 yards of total offense.

The Browns are allowing only 291.0 yards a game on defense.

The Bengals who had the bye week on Sunday, are back in the top spot in the NFL in defense at 278.5 per game. Pittsburgh allows 279.0 and is second, Baltimore is third at 286.2 and Cleveland is fourth.

The best defenses do indeed reside in the AFC North.

 

Info compiled from NFL news

Clipart courtesy of Clker.com

Houshmandzadeh still trying to hook on with another team; 49ers giving him a look

TJ Houshmandzadeh on Nov 5 2006 with Bengals (photo by Keith Allison via wikipedia commons)

When the Seattle Seawhawks signed Tourjay Jacoby (TJ) Houshmandzadeh on March 2, 2009 to a $40 million contract for 5 years, most people felt he made a mistake leaving the Cincinnati Bengals, where he was the leading receiver and was QB Carson Palmer’s favorite receiver.

TJ at the time said that he wanted to win some games because Cincinnati was always a loser.

Well his career has been in limbo ever since that time. He played last year in Baltimore and tried to hook on this summer with the New York Giants and the New England Patriots to no avail.

According to published reports, the possession-type receiver is being worked out by the San Francisco 49ers.

Houshmandzadeh, who is 34-years-old, signed a one-year contract with the Ravens after being cut by the Seattle Seahawks, he was a backup player behind starters Anquan Boldin and Derrick Mason and caught 30 passes for 398 yards and three touchdowns.

The California native in his career has caught 616 passes for 7,091 yards and 43 touchdowns.

Info compiled from staff, NFL, Radio & TV news

Bengals trade McDonald for Seahawks Jennings

 

47 643 Kelly Jennings Bengals new CB feature

The Cincinnati Bengals have acquired cornerback Kelly Jennings, a former first-round draft pick, from the Seattle Seahawks for defensive tackle Clinton McDonald.

Jennings was the 31st overall pick in the 2006 NFL draft out of the University of Miami, but has struggled throughout his career with the Seahawks having to check larger wide receivers.

Kelly Jennings (courtesy of U of Miami athletics)

Jennings played in 78 games and started 43 with Seattle, but intercepted just two passes in five seasons.

McDonald was a seventh-round pick of Cincinnati’s in 2009. He played in eight games in 2010 after being signed from the practice squad.

Jennings currently is disabled with a hamstring pull.

Info courtesy of the Cincinnati Bengals

Michael Vick named NFL Comeback Player of the Year

Michael Vick (file photo)

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick has been selected as the 2010 Associated Press NFL Comeback Player of the Year award.

In a nationwide panel of media members who cover the league regularly, Vick beat out Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Mike Williams.

Vick missed two seasons while serving a federal sentence for dogfighting, then spent his first year back in the league as a seldom-used backup behind Donovan McNabb.

Vick then took advantage of McNabb’s trade to Washington and the concussion to Kevin Kolb in week two, to become the Eagles starter and led the team to the NFL East title.

compiled from NFL & Philadelphia Eagles news

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