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Frye Hopes to Resurrect Career in Seattle

Frye Hopes to Resurrect Career in Seattle

As first reported by FoxSports.com's Jay Glazer, the Seahawks have traded a sixth-round draft pick in 2008 to the Cleveland Browns for quarterback Charlie Frye. Since releasing David Greene and Derek Devine in early September to make their 53-man limit, Seattle has played and practiced with only two quarterbacks on the roster – starter Matt Hasselbeck and backup Seneca Wallace.

Seattle had been looking to address the issue ever since, bringing in Ken Dorsey for a visit last week. Dorsey, interestingly enough, was cut by Cleveland in September 1, and has now re-signed with the Browns. Frye, who was selected by the Browns in the third round of the 2005 draft out of Akron, had been the team's primary quarterback in 2006. he played in 1...

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