Since the Seattle Seahawks lost to Russell Wilson in a trade with the Denver Broncos, there was a question of whether they could land Arch Manning.
Right now, it’s the top college-age soccer programs in the nation vying for third-generation quarterback Arch Manning. Manning has been spotted during college visits to Clemson, Georgia and elsewhere, but even though Manning is only 18, his NFL future is already envisioned.
With Russell Wilson traded in a landmark transaction with the Denver Broncos, Seattle Seahawks Football Team for the first time in a decade without a signal caller of the Hall of Fame. Seattle currently has significant limited space and draft options for rebuilding, but it remains to be seen whether they can produce a playbook for Manning.
For them to be able to compete with Manning, the Seahawks will have to be terrible for at least the next three years for a chance to land Arch in the 2025 NFL Draft.
Seattle Seahawks likely won’t land Arch Manning in expected 2025 NFL Draft class
If Manning does announce his involvement next season, there’s a good chance the Seahawks could land him. Even the Seattle Seahawks grieving the loss of Wilsonbut the team was deadlocked with Wilson’s contract, re-signing Bobby Wagner, and limited draft capital due to the costly Jamal Adams deal.
Something needs to be done, and while Wilson’s talent deserves high pay, his massive signing was never exactly team-based. And with the Adams commercial failing, facing a severe defense deficit, and unable to afford free agents, the Seahawks had to move from Wilson the way Tom Hanks tried to do. in “Castaway.”
However, with the way Carroll and Schneider pulled things together in 2012, the Seahawks could turn things around in the upcoming draft. They now have Drew Lock to hold them off until they find a midfield replacement, Sean Desai and Clint Hurtt build shrewd defensive coaching staff, and they’ve got Noah Fant’s tight finish in Commercial Wilson. That, along with two first-round picks, means the Seahawks are unlikely to be one of the worst teams in the NFL.
If this were the Jacksonville Jaguars, it probably wouldn’t be unreasonable to assume that the Seahawks would land No. 1 overall in 2025 and pick Arch Manning. Tragically, the Wilson deal could benefit both parties in the years to come, and the Seahawks won’t need Manning to save them from their convention.
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