The Seattle Seahawks’ quarterback battle between Geno Smith and Drew Lock might not be decided anytime soon.
Coach Pete Carroll said Tuesday that the Seahawks will take “all the time we need” to settle on a starter, noting the two and a half weeks they have between Friday’s preseason finale against the Dallas Cowboys and the Sept. 12 opener against Russell Wilson and the Denver Broncos.
Carroll said Smith remains ahead but that he’s “wide open” to the possibility that Lock could overtake him.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 24, 2022
Pete Carroll again going on how well Geno Smith has handled this Seahawks QB competition, how well Drew Lock has practiced and played.
“We may have two number ones.” pic.twitter.com/Bf7hgdA99L
— Gregg Bell (@gbellseattle) August 23, 2022