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The Ole Miss wide receiver might have made his case for why clubs should invest in him, and there was one coach in particular who made an impact on Treadwell during interviews.
"[Seattle Seahawks head coach] Pete Carroll was one of the coaches that I liked a lot," he said. "He's just telling me a bunch about myself that I didn't think he would know. He kind of knew my personality ... I was just like, 'Wow!' He amazed me a little bit."
I texted Wilson's agent, Mark Rodgers, and asked for a comment about the prices. He wrote back: "We respectfully decline your request."
Wilson spoke about The Good Man Brand at the launch and to other publications and sites such as GQ and Huffington Post. He made his biggest grabber of a quote in a Seattle Times story, saying The Good Man Brand was designed with a 25-year-old guy "searching for his first job" in mind. "He doesn't have much money, he just got out of college."
Seriously? I had to read that sentence four times to see if I somehow missed something.
Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times on the Seahawks' backup QB situation:
A more intriguing question could be if the Seahawks simply decide this is the year to go with a younger quarterback who could be groomed as a long-term backup instead of going through a yearly quest to find a veteran (the Seahawks also had B.J. Daniels on the roster for most of the last three years, but the move of Daniels to receiver last spring indicated the team did not see him as a long-term option as a backup QB, and he was then signed away to Houston’s active roster late in the season. Daniels is under contract with Houston through 2016).