Looks like the Seattle Seahawks are happy to pick up the garbage in Buffalo. Yep, they’ve signed former Buffalo flop, J.P. Losman. Someone should ask them if they can do anything about smell around HSBC Arena while they’re at it.
According to The AP, the former quarterback for Buffalo has struck a deal with Seattle worth $630,000 for one year.
Hey, its okay – the guy’s a champion! Don’t you remember? Losman, only 29, led the Las Vegas Locomotives to the United Football League championship right before being signed by Oakland last year.
Or have you forgotten already? If so, I don’t blame you. At the very best, J.P. Losman should hope that the critics one day label his career using words as kind as ‘forgettable,’ and not something closer to the truth.
The former first-round pick for the Bills in the 2004 Draft, Losman spent five seasons with the Bills, making 33 starts and throwing for 6,211 yards with 33 touchdowns and 34 interceptions before losing his job to Trent Edwards.
Losman will be the third-string quarterback behind starter Matt Hasselbeck and backup Charlie Whitehurst – as if you still care.
Look, I was kidding before about Seattle picking up the trash in Buffalo. But apparently they aren’t. Rumor has it they are also interested in free agent Terrell Owens. Just saying.