The Seattle Times' Danny O'Neil reported Friday the team might kick the tires on Seneca Wallace, while Brady Quinn, Matt Leinart and Tyler Thigpen also might be options.
Smart decision. Tebow's presence only would bring unnecessary attention and put starting quarterback Russell Wilson in an uncomfortable position. Tebow supporters are a vocal group, and the national spotlight follows him everywhere. That's not what you want swirling around a young franchise signal-caller in Wilson.
Tebow is not going to be happy somewhere he can't compete for the starting job, anyway. We saw how that worked out with the Jets. Tebow wasn't a distraction, but the scenario was.