Seahawks’ Noah Fant talks about his Broncos trade show, Seattle quarterback competition and new shoulder chip

Seahawks' Noah Fant talks about his Broncos trade show, Seattle quarterback competition and new shoulder chip

In 2022, the Seattle Seahawks will begin a new era. The team chose to trade veteran quarterback Russell Wilson and a fourth-round pick to the Denver Broncos in exchange for three players and five draught picks this summer. While losing the captain who led them to the Super Bowl in 2014 was difficult, the Seahawks did land one of the league’s most interesting tight ends.

It’s been great, man,” Fant told CBS Sports when asked if he’s settled into his new city yet. “It’s a great city to be in. I had never been to Seattle before I got traded. But I settled in great, and it’s a great place to be.”

Noah Fant is a former first-round choice who has spent the past two seasons in the top ten among tight ends in receptions and receiving yards. Former All-Big Ten receiver from Iowa, he is an athletic receiver who is likely still playing his best football. He’s hopeful that moving north would spark something. The Seahawks are a professional football team based in Seattle,

Fant recently teamed up with USAA, official NFL Salute to Service partner, and new teammate Chris Carson for a fun tour of some of Seattle’s top sites to promote USAA’s new moving tips.

Fant has gotten over the initial shock he felt when the Broncos made the decision to part ways with him. After all, Denver spent the No. 20 overall pick on him just three years ago. He said he wasn’t expecting to find himself on the move this offseason.

Chris was able to show me around the city and show me all the cool things to do,” said Fant. “It’s really cool to come into a team and have great teammates like that that are willing to show you around.”

“Yeah I was definitely really shocked,” he said. “I didn’t have any clue of what was going on and just kinda had to go with it when I got word of it. But yeah, it’s been a really good transition for me and I’m a big believer in things happen for a reason and I think that I was meant to come here for a reason. I definitely feel the love that the coaches have shown me that they wanted me here, and I think it’s gonna go well.”

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