Seahawks agree to terms on deal with QB Brady Quinn

The Seahawks brought in four quarterbacks for a workout Monday, and it appears Brady Quinn stood out the most in a group that also included Matt Leinart, Seneca Wallace and Tyler Thigpen.

According to two reports, the Seahawks were most impressed with Quinn and will likely be signing him. Quinn, a first-round pick out of Notre Dame in 2007, has started 20 games in his career, and would seemingly be the leading candidate, for now anyway, to back up Russell Wilson. The Seahawks also have Josh Portis, who they signed last week, and could also look to add another quarterback in the draft.

UPDATE: The Seahawks announced that they have indeed agreed to terms on a deal with Quinn.

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