wide future Tyler Lockett I played almost exclusively with Russell Wilson He was a quarterback during his first seven seasons in the NFL, but that partnership ended when Wilson was traded to the Broncos that season.
Lockett doesn’t know who the new Seattle quarterback will be at this point, but he’s had positive things to say about her Drew LockAnd the Jeno SmithAnd the Jacob Eason When he spoke to reporters from the team’s training on OTA on Tuesday. He also said that he believes the nature of the competition brings out better things from all the participants.
“It’s the competitive nature that takes you to different places where not having to compete doesn’t take you,” Lockett said via the team’s website. “And so I think it’s just something new, and I think it’s a very interesting thing. I like to see it, because sometimes we have to remember that this is a business, and business wants that competitive nature. And we do that. You want that competitive advantage, but being able to compete every day to sharpen iron with iron, I think helps us build something really special. Drew is doing a good job, Geno is doing a good job, Eason is doing a good job, everything that’s going to happen will happen, but in general, we all want to be able to make sure we do our part, and I think everyone is doing that so far. “
Locke and Smith should draw plenty of motivation from knowing that this could be their last real chance of becoming an NFL player, which should lead to a spirited rivalry over the rest of the spring and summer in Seattle. If Lockett is right about how that has rubbed off on the rest of the list, that should bode well for the hopes of the Seahawks this fall.
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