With Super Bowl XLVI now in the record books, every NFL team is 0-0 again, and hope for 2012 springs eternal. At least until the first weekend of the season, anyway.
With the draft coming up in April, the Seahawks will be looking to shore up both their lines and their linebacking corps—but what they really need is a top-flight signal-caller, or at least someone better than who they have now.
So the question for Seattle remains: Draft a rookie? Or go with a proven/unproven NFL veteran?
Whoever is chosen, the Seahawks should have somebody new under center come September at CenturyLink Field. The following list is not meant to be all-inclusive.