ESPN.com's Jeremy Fowler reports that the Seahawks management supported new Commanders quarterback Sam Howell.
The Seahawks were linked to college QBs during the pre-draft process, but chose not to choose one.
Drew Lock and Geno Smith are two reasons why. Pete Carroll has lauded Lock since getting him in the Wilson transaction, and Smith sparkled when replacing Wilson in 2021.
Since Howell would likely be behind Lock and Smith on the 2022 depth chart, Seattle decided to spend its draught capital on immediate contributors like Bryant and Walker rather than a QB3.
If the club needs a quarterback next year, the 2023 draught presents more fascinating options.
That doesn't rule out adding another QB. Carroll claimed the Seahawks won't trade for a quarterback but injuries might alter things.