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    Could Kurt Return to NFC West Next Year?

    It could happen.

    The Seahawks have a tough decision to make this offseason with both Hasselbeck and Alexander becoming free agents. While, at the start of the season, many thought Alexander would be the one to go, with the way the two have played this year, perhaps the Hawks could be shopping for a QB this offseason.

    If they did, Warner could be a good fit. With the support of a running game and a pretty good offensive line, he could do well. Plus, given his soft touch and accuracy, even the Hawks receivers could catch his throws. He also probably would be within the Hawks' price range.

    Wouldn't that be interesting?


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    Re: Could Kurt Return to NFC West Next Year?

    Definetely.

    But he could wind up in Wash. DC, or Baltimore or Dallas too. Defineltely an interesting take. I am sure he would do fine in seattle but wherever he goes he is going to miss shockley!
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    Re: Could Kurt Return to NFC West Next Year?

    It's hard to do good on a team with receivers who can't catch the ball.

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    Re: Could Kurt Return to NFC West Next Year?

    I think I want to try out for the Seahawks. I am not very fast but I can catch really well. Of course I will drop passes when we play the Rams. I could use the league minimum salary.
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    Re: Could Kurt Return to NFC West Next Year?

    I think you should sign on with the Postons. I hear they have a vacancy.

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    Re: Could Kurt Return to NFC West Next Year?

    I'm not sure why the Hawks would sign an aging vet whenever they have an aging vet on their roster - Trent Dilfer. If Hasselbeck doesn't work out, go with Dilfer and either sign a young free agent to build on or draft one.
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