RENTON, Wash. — Pete Carroll continues to be very guarded about his grand plan concerning the three-way battle for the starting quarterback position.
Carroll has been reluctant throughout the first three weeks of training camp to divulge information regarding his quarterbacks. Even the quarterbacks aren’t privy to Carroll’s plan.
Flynn found out he was starting Saturday’s game against Denver during an interview with a local radio station.
“I found out from you guys before I found out from anybody else yesterday,” former LSU standout Matt Flynn said. “I’m just going where they tell me to go and doing the best I can.”
Flynn had a somewhat quiet debut against Tennessee on Saturday. He completed 11 of 13 passes for 71 yards with an interception.
“There are obviously things, a couple plays here and there that you would like to change; I don’t think that there’s anybody coming out of a game not feeling that way,” Flynn said.
Flynn is expected to play most, if not all, of the first half against the Broncos, with rookie Russell Wilson taking the helm in the second half.