Pete Carroll announced Tuesday that Matt Flynn would once again be the Seahawks starter at quarterback Saturday in Denver, when the team takes on the Broncos. Russell Wilson will again play the second half.
Carroll also insisted that the competition for the quarterback slot remains a three-way race between Flynn, Wilson, and last year's starter Tarvaris Jackson. Carroll said leaving Jackson, last year's starter, on the bench has been his plan all along.Jackson worked as the number 1 starter in practice on Tuesday.
As for Denver, there is no doubt who their number 1 quarterback is: Free agent acquisition Peyton Manning, who many teams tried to lure over the offseason -- including the Seahawks.