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At this stage of his career, Seahawks quarterback Geno Smith claims it is simpler to pick up a new offense.
Another development under the new coach Macdonald is the defensive scheme.
RENTON: For Seattle quarterback Geno Smith, learning yet another new offense isn’t quite as intimidating as it once was, considering the number of stops he’s made and the number of offensive coordinators he’s worked with over the years.

But that doesn’t mean it’s simple.

“All the words meant nothing to me when I first entered the league,” Smith remarked on Wednesday. After twelve years, I’ve run many of these plays and seen many of the methods we use to carry out our plans. All that’s different is the language. Therefore, all that needs to be done is learn the vocabulary and then, obviously, be able to repeat it back to the guys in the huddle before going back out and continuing to make the play.

Smith is getting a sneak peek at what the offense of the Seattle Seahawks, led by rookie offensive coordinator Ryan Grubb, will look like.

Seattle finally got on the field for the kind of work that can show where Smith and his teammates are in their system learning on Wednesday, when they held the third of their OTA practices.

Just 20% of the scheme installation has occurred defensively, according to Mike Macdonald, the new coach of Seattle. He stated that having a base to work from when training camp begins in late July is more important than having everything in place by the end of the offseason program next month.

Smith stated that he’s in a good place offensively at this stage of the offseason.

Smith remarked, “I feel like I understand the offense pretty well.” “I know I still have a lot to learn, but those things are really sharp from the installs we’ve done.”

Over the past two seasons, Smith has watched from a distance, albeit not that far away, as Grubb transformed Washington into an offensive force to behold, starting with Michael Penix Jr. at quarterback. Despite using a lot of shifts and motions to confuse opponents, Grubb’s offense in college was built around a conventional passing game.

Smith remarked, “I feel like a drop-back passer, and this is a drop-back offense.” An offense that distributes the ball will have faith in the quarterback to make the best choices both before and after the snap. That seems like a skill I possess greatly.

In his second year as the starter under Shane Waldron, Smith passed for 3,624 yards, 20 touchdowns, and nine interceptions in 15 games during the previous campaign. Smith completed his first season as Seattle’s starter with 4,282 yards and 30 touchdown passes.

According to Macdonald, one area in which Smith is being pushed is to advance in his roles as a team leader and quarterback.

Macdonald remarked, “I think he’s answering the call.” “I’m really excited about Geno so far; I’m just getting to know him, but I have a lot of respect for how dedicated this man is to his work.”

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