It seems that the Pete Carroll regime has developed an affinity for former first-round draft picks who never panned out. It was assumed that Mike Williams and Reggie Williams were only low-risk acquisitions who could possibly help a depleted core of receivers; the Seahawks replaced Mike Teel with J.P. Losman, and the reclamation projects begin.
J.P. Losman shouldn’t necessarily be considered a huge bust in the National Football League – his production has not justified a first-round selection, but he isn’t as disappointing as JaMarcus Russell or...
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