Dave Wyman, Bob Stelton and I spent about 12 minutes discussing the latest NFC West news on 710ESPN Seattle.
They've posted the audio for those seeking a little Thursday afternoon conversation.
Wyman played linebacker for the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos after a college career at Stanford. The linebacker in him appreciated Mike Singletary as a coach, but not necessarily as a head coach. The Stanford man in him likes what Jim Harbaugh offers the 49ers, but Wyman wasn't sold on the quarterback plan in San Francisco -- or in Arizona and Seattle, for that matter.
Stelton is back in the Seattle market after a run at 101ESPN St. Louis. He's been close to the Rams' situation for years and rightfully stood up for Sam Bradford when I noted that Alex Smith was the highest-rated starting quarterback in the division last season.
I had planned to make a run over to Seahawks headquarters for their practice this afternoon, but two traffic jams convinced me to turn back around. There's plenty to monitor in the division, anyway. The Cardinals have called a news conference for 3 p.m. Arizona time (6 p.m. ET) to announce Kevin Kolb's acquisition from the Philadelphia Eagles.