Brockman leaves Seattle mini-camp without offer
Rookie mini-camps were held throughout the NFL this weekend, with dozens of undrafted free agents hopeful to make a roster. That rang true for former Murray State quarterback Casey Brockman, who wrapped up camp with the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. Unfortunately, Brockman left Seattle without a contract.
Brockman said by phone on Sunday that the first day of camp, things were a little slow because it was a new system. He admitted that he improved every day, but it became apparent to him Saturday night he probably wouldn't make the team. The Seahawks take four quarterbacks into training camp, they already had three, and one of the guys Brockman was competing with in camp looked like he would get the last spot.
But all in all, he said it was a great learning experience, and he's proud of how quickly he picked things up.
Brockman went on to say he's not exactly sure what his next step will be. He said he's thought about playing in the Canadian Football League, or the Arena League, but hasn't decided whether or not he'll go through with it.