Seattle, WA. – Quarterback Geno Smith has had a tumultuous time in the NFL over the last several years. From a starting position, to time not playing, to free agency the quarterback has struggled to find his true home in the NFL.
Over the weekend, it was announced that Smith would be signing a one-year deal and returning to the Seattle Seahawks to suit up behind Russell Wilson.
Prior to the deal, Smith was facing the reality of potentially playing for his fifth team in as many years, a reality that has to take a toll on a person or a player. Smith was drafted in 2013 by the New York Jets and has also played for the Giants and the Chargers.
Smith will be reunited with fellow Mountaineer Bruce Irvin in Seattle this season, as Irvin returns “home” to Seattle where he won a Super Bowl.