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Seattle Seahawks add fourth Quarterback to roster

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The Oakland Raiders have traded Quarterback Terrelle Pryor to the World Champion Seattle Seahawks, it was announced on Monday.

In a deal which reportedly sees a seventh round pick go the opposite way, sources are reporting that the deal is done.

Pryor played in 11 games for the Raiders last season and threw over 1,700 yards with 11 interceptions.

The details of the deal have yet to be revealed but Pryor was scheduled to earn $705,000 in 2014.

Pryor becomes the fourth Quarterback on the Seahawks roster after they re-signed veteran back-up Tarvaris Jackson earlier in the off-season.

Super Bowl winning Quarterback Russell Wilson and second-year player B.J. Daniels complete their depth chart.

What Pete Carroll's plans for Pryor are is unclear but it will be interesting as the start of the 2014 season approaches just how the Quarterback division in Seattle will shape up.

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