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May 27, 2014 at 11:33 AM

Schneider on Garrett Scott

I missed this earlier today in the links roundup. But want to pass along Peter King’s  Monday Morning Quarterback column from yesterday that includes an item on Seahawk draftee Garrett Scott, including a new quote from Seattle GM John Schneider.

Schneider told King about waiving Scott, but then keeping him on IR: “This enables him to go and see different experts and allows us to either assist in getting him back on the playing field in 2015, or helping him transition to his post-football career. We’re just blessed that our docs dug further into the player and hopefully helped save a life.”

That quote seems to totally rule out any chance that things would change enough for him to get on the field in 2014, but indicates that the team isn’t ruling out that he has a chance to play later in his career.

With OTAs beginning later today, the team may add a player to take Scott’s place on the 90-man roster.

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