Seattle planned to trade up for him, but San Francisco robbed 12s of the chance to root for a Kittle-Lockett-Metcalf trio.
Author: Sean Garland
The Seahawks can build upon their excellent offseason by turning their meager three picks into an impressive eight-player draft class.
Lockett finally gets his elite production reflected in his contract, and Seattle keeps its pair of star receivers together while opening up cap space.
Brown could certainly help the Seahawks’ passing attack, but his signing would hurt much more than just the team’s finances.
Fournette may end up with a cheaper deal, but Seattle couldn’t have found a bigger bargain than Carson’s new contract.
After lying dormant through the first day of the legal tampering period, the Seahawks finally made their first moves in NFL Free Agency on Tuesday. https://twitter.com/JosinaAnderson/status/1371958941803028483 https://twitter.com/TomPelissero/status/1371995439516516355 Seattle first signed Witherspoon away from the rival 49ers, then rewarded their 25-year-old nose tackle Ford with a significant raise. While neither is the big-name offensive lineman or pass rusher 12s have been clamoring for, both are smart, low-cost signings that fill needs on defense. Assessing the Seahawks’ First Moves of Free Agency Ahkello Witherspoon After Shaquill Griffin’s departure, the Seahawks needed to add least one veteran corner in free agency. Former third-round…
Seattle’s typical wait-and-see approach could come back to haunt them in the near future.
While a reunion with Sherman is appealing, the younger Verrett offers the talent to improve Seattle’s championship hopes at a much lower price.
Although the Seahawks could still bring back Dunlap at a lower price, these three young pass rushers could make for better long-term investments.
There are several big names among the free agent quarterbacks, but will any of them back up Russell Wilson for the Seahawks in 2021?