Clare Farnsworth | Apr. 9, 2013 | Seattle Seahawks
With Matt Flynn now in Oakland, the Seahawks needed a backup quarterback to Russell Wilson. They looked at four on Monday and Brady Quinn agreed to contract terms on Tuesday.
During his season-ending news conference, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said he would like to have a backup quarterback whose skill set was closer to that of starter Russell Wilson.
Exit Matt Flynn, last year’s big free-agency addition who was traded to the Oakland Raiders last week. Enter Brady Quinn, a former first-round draft choice of the Cleveland Browns who agreed to contract terms on Tuesday after a workout and visit with the Seahawks on Monday.\