The Seahawks could sign a free agent, like Cam Newton or Jameis Winston or Mitch Trubisky, or Jimmy Garoppolo if he’s cut by the 49ers. They could trade for someone, like Teddy Bridgewater or Sam Darnold. They could use the draft picks they acquire in a trade for Wilson to move up and draft one of the quarterbacks in the 2021 class. (Not having first-round picks of their own in 2021 or 2022 due to the Jamal Adams trade could make that harder.)
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He's already hard at work fine tuning his skills and staying in shape during the offseason. Newton posted photos to his Instagram page Thursday showing him working out around trash cans. There's a specific reason why the trash cans are there, and it actually makes a lot of sense.
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But it was Bill Walsh, more than any other coach, who brought the gospel of pre-snap motion to the field in highly effective ways. Starting with his time as the Oakland Raiders’ running backs coach in 1966 — where he worked under Al Davis, who ingested most of what he knew about the passing game from his earlier time with Gillman — and then as the Cincinnati Bengals’ offensive coordinator under Paul Brown from 1968 to 1975, and certainly as the San Francisco 49ers’ head coach from 1979 through 1988, Walsh saw no issue with using pre-snap movement as a force multiplier in an offense that was as much art as it was science.
San Francisco has been linked to a variety of quarterbacks this offseason. Matthew Stafford was matched up with the 49ers as a potential trade destination from the Detroit Lions, but the Los Angeles Rams got the deal done by sending Jared Goff and a lucrative draft package in exchange. Additionally, the 49ers made a trade call to the Carolina Panthers regarding Teddy Bridgewater, but it was “preliminary.”
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The Texans announced Tuesday they have waived former Texas A&M and Katy Taylor fullback Cullen Gillaspia.
The Lions previously informed cornerback Desmond Trufant that he will be released at the start of the league year in a move that will free up $6 million in cap space. They also released starting linebacker Christian Jones this week.
Simmons is coming off his first Pro Bowl season in the NFL. He was a former third-round pick out of Boston College by the Broncos in the 2016 NFL Draft. Simmons was tagged ahead of last season, earning $11.441 million for the 2020 campaign. While it feels like the Broncos are giving Simmons a bit of the Kirk Cousins treatment, he has time to secure a long-term deal with Denver.