QB Wilson in running to start
RENTON — Russell Wilson joined the quarterback conversation as soon as the Seahawks chose him in the third round of this year’s NFL draft.
It took him just a little bit longer to officially join the competition for the starting job.
“He’s shown us enough,” coach Pete Carroll said Sunday. “We need to see where he fits in.”
The coach made that declaration as Seattle concluded its three-day minicamp for rookies, and Carroll was clear that Wilson will be the third candidate under consideration for the starting job along with the incumbent, Tarvaris Jackson, and free-agent addition Matt Flynn.
Carroll offered no specifics on how the competition would be structured and no estimate on a timetable for a decision, but suggested some patience.
“It’s going to take us a long time to do this,” Carroll said. “It’s going to be frustrating for you guys. You’re going to keep asking and want to know. I’m just
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