There is a nice handful of position battles going on in Seattle, and it will soon be time for us to see who's pulling ahead of the pack. The Seahawks boast a number of good players, and many of these guys are locked in heated camp battles for a starting, and even backup, spot.
Even though it's not a starting position, having a quality passer to hold things down if Wilson suffers an untimely injury will be key to making another playoff push.
Pryor is the spry young player whose athleticism will likely be the reason he lands the job as Wilson's understudy. It's not that Jackson can't perform, it's that Pryor brings more to the table as an offensive weapon, even though he has his faults.
Quarterback isn't the only key position battle in Seattle's camp, as there are also a couple of crucial competitions happening on the defensive side of the ball.
Each player involved in these camp battles will have several chances to perform between now and opening day, and it will be interesting to see who steps up and who falls short.