The Seattle Seahawks sign another quarterback
The Seattle Seahawks came into the offseason trying to figure out what direction the team would go with their quarterback situation for next season. Geno Smith had a career resurrecting season for the Seahawks in 2022, leading the team to the playoffs after Russell Wilson was traded.
However, it was unclear if the Seahawks would try and draft a quarterback. The Seahawks were able to sign Smith to a deal to keep him in Seattle. The Seahawks have now re-signed a backup for Smith for next season.
According to Mike Garafolo with the NFL Network, the Seahawks are agreeing to sign Drew Lock for one season. His contract is worth $4 million in base salary. However, incentives can make that number $7.5 million.
#Seahawks have agreed to terms with QB Drew Lock on a one-year deal worth $4 million base with incentives that can take it to $7.5 million, source says. Seattle brings both Geno Smith and Lock back for 2023.
— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) March 16, 2023
Lock is a former second-round pick by the Denver Broncos that came over to the Seahawks as a piece of the Russell Wilson trade. Lock did not record any stats for the Seahawks last season.
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