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Geno Smith is 'very impressed' with Seahawks OC Ryan Grubb - ESPN

RENTON, Wash. — There is no quarterback competition with the Seattle Seahawks, and there's no evidence suggesting there should be. Despite the questions about his long-term viability as their QB1, and as tenuous as his hold on the job may be, incumbent Geno Smith has looked miles ahead of newcomer Sam Howell during organized team activities (OTAs). Smith is the starter «until he's not,» as general manager John Schneider put it in February, and it doesn't seem like that will change any time soon.

But while the Seahawks' offseason program has lacked a true quarterback controversy to this point, there's plenty of intrigue at the position. Smith is in a prove-it year after his up-and-down 2023, and he now has Howell — coming off his own mixed-bag of a season with the Washington Commanders — waiting in the wings as a potential heir. Veteran free agent backup PJ Walker is expected to join the mix next week as the third quarterback.

Smith's future will largely be determined by how well he takes to new coordinator Ryan Grubb's offense, a reimagined version of the scheme that made the University of Washington one of college football's highest-scoring teams over the past two seasons. The early returns are encouraging, both with how Smith looked during OTAs and how all involved have talked about Grubb's playbook.

«Very impressed, man,» Smith said last month. «Obviously from the stuff he's done in college, he has a great track record. And then just being a part of the system, being able to learn from him, the type of guy that he is, type of man that he is, type of coach that he is. I think there is going to be great things coming for us.»

Grubb estimated last week that the offense is nearly 50% installed, saying that they'll save