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Report: Sanchez Could Be Sleeping In Seattle

USC quarterback Mark Sanchez is ranked above University of Georgia quarterback Matt Stafford on many NFL teams’ draft boards, according to Sam Farmer of the Los Angeles Times.
And, per Farmer, you shouldn’t recoil in surprise if Sanchez winds up playing for the Seattle Seahawks.
The Seahawks sent a delegation of roughly half of their front office staff to Sanchez’s Pro Day workout today on the USC campus.
Sanchez was supposed to meet with the Seahawks on Tuesday night.
Sanchez has reportedly already visited the Detroit Lions, San Francisco 49ers, and the St. Louis Rams.

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12 Responses to “Report: Sanchez Could Be Sleeping In Seattle”
  1. descendency says: Apr 1, 2009 8:29 PM

    Great move, because QB is obviously the biggest need in Seattle… [/sarcasm]

  2. Tr3pidation says: Apr 1, 2009 8:29 PM

    No no no no no no no 😦 I nearly had a heart attack and now i’m almost at tears and my face just went tingling when I read this 😦 I really hope it’s a ploy.
    Crabtree plz! <.<

  3. Steelers2Tampa says: Apr 1, 2009 8:32 PM

    Dirty Sanchez should be playing with the Cleveland Steamers.

  4. Ralph GreNader says: Apr 1, 2009 8:36 PM

    Well it is USC I’m sure they sent half of the front office for that reason alone.

  5. ron32082 says: Apr 1, 2009 8:41 PM

    This is all bluff and bull –
    A lot of teams using the draft as a decoy to get what they really want …
    5 minutes of free space on PFT.

  6. mosswelkerbrady401 says: Apr 1, 2009 8:46 PM

    If they could swing a trade for Hasselback before the draft, maybe. But it doesnt add up. They need in more places and Qb isnt one this year. But, it is a new Head Coach so who knows?

  7. RonnieLottsPinky says: Apr 1, 2009 9:48 PM

    I can see the logic here. Sanchez only has 1 season of starting experience, but a 1st round skill set. Let him sit behind Hasselbeck for a couple seasons, get some spot experience when Hasselbeck is hurt or just old and tired, and in a couple years hope to have an Aaron Rodgers or Matt Cassell.

  8. kpftbl57 says: Apr 1, 2009 10:05 PM

    Problem is Hasselbeck and Sanchez are both represented by David Dunn…

  9. Heart.Peyton says: Apr 1, 2009 10:30 PM

    Okay, this headline is even more shameless than the “fast times” one. This one is just plain bad… Try harder, Florio! Or better yet, stop trying…

  10. dave61 says: Apr 1, 2009 10:55 PM

    Dan Snyder was trying to unload Jason Campbell to the Browns for a second round pick….Mangini was lhao…. the redskins dont have the amunition to get Cutler ….. its gonna be a start up trade with Cleveland…. Brady Quinn and no.5 pick for Jay Cutler and no.12 pick… then Derek Anderson will be moved to Detroit or Tampa for the 19th or 20th pick…… Cleveland will draft Sanchez 5 Ray Manulia 12th and Malcolm Jenkins or Clay Matthews JR at 19 or 20… in the second round…. Cleve will draft Robiski WR and a center…….. god this is a fantasy draft lol

  11. Pea Tear Griffin says: Apr 2, 2009 12:09 PM

    “then Derek Anderson will be moved to Detroit or Tampa for the 19th or 20th pick…”
    Wow, that’s never going to happen. In fact the only time D.A. and 20th pick should be mentioned in the same sentence is when he’s throwing his 20th pick of the season!
    And terrible draft….lemme guess….you like USC and Ohio State? Rey would be more likely to go at 20. Jenkins won’t last past 9. Robiski is a 3rd rounder on his best day.

  12. Pea Tear Griffin says: Apr 2, 2009 12:11 PM

    Oh, yea the real point of me posting. I could def. see Seattle going Sanchez. He needs two years to develop anyway and Seattle will need a QB in 2 years. Makes sense.
    Doubt it will happen, but makes sense.

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