The Seattle Seahawks have endured points alongside the offensive line for years, however this week’s high-profile commerce for Duane Brown is already making a distinction.
Coach Pete Carroll glowed over what the dependable left sort out confirmed Wednesday throughout his first observe in Seattle after being shipped west by the Texans for a handful of draft picks.
“He just ran about 50 plays and he didn’t have even a glitch in any part of it. That’s pretty remarkable,” Carroll mentioned, per the staff’s official web site. “… I’m counting on an immediate impact.”
Said offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell: “He looked great out there. Just being able to step in and just be able to flow with the offense today was really impressive.”
After a nasty holdout with the Texans, Brown gave the impression of an equal beneficiary of the swap, making it clear that Seattle was a dream touchdown spot for the 32-year-old bookend.
“It’s like a real, real brotherhood here, they have a lot of fun, win a lot of games, and on the outside looking in, I saw that and I loved it,” Brown mentioned. “To be here and be a part of it now, there’s no doubt in my mind that I would want to be here the rest of my career.”
Some of those trades look nice on paper, solely to materialize as gaudy busts by season’s finish. Not this time round for Brown and the ‘Hawks, who loom as a becoming match within the NFC West.