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Apr 26, 2016

The 2016 NFL Draft is only days away and the division rival Los Angeles Rams have the top pick. They're almost sure to be spending that pick on a quarterback, so Adam and Brandan take a look at their best options. They guys talk about which guy is the best in the draft and which quarterback they'd prefer to the Rams to talk. Adam's list of top five quarterbacks looks nothing like the consensus top picks and he explains why.

The Seahawks haven't yet re-signed Tarvaris Jackson. Pete Carroll and John Schneider have only drafted one quarterback for Seattle. Is this the year they spend a pick on QB, or does Adam's third favorite quarterback fall out of the draft entirely to where he could come into Seattle as a perfect fit behind Russell Wilson.

Brandon Browner is back in Seattle and reunites with the team and the original Legion of Boom. Why does this move have Adam and Brandan so intrigued? After a rough season in New Orleans, does Browner have anything left in the tank? Browner actually fills a very specific need that the team was missing last year, but we'll have to wait and see if Coach Carroll feels the same way.

Do better nods this week go to Tiger Woods for a story that came out about a time he had lunch with a group of Navy SEALs, and to the Panthers for making a seemingly strange decision to let one of their top defensive players go. Brandan talks about some excitement around a new movie trailer and Adam wishes a happy birthday to a Seahawks player he wants to see playing in Seattle in 2016.

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