Nothing to Show for First Week, but Seattle Seahawks About to Get Busy

March 13, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Seahawks don’t have much to show for the first week of free agency, but that doesn’t mean they haven’t been busy. And they’re about to get busier.
Even though they chose not to pursue Julius Peppers, Aaron Kampman, Antrel Rolle or Chester Taylor, they actually have been quite active.
From the meet-and-greet with Brandon Marshall, to visits with secondary role players, to their multi-pronged quarterback search, the Hawks have taken a measured approach.
Since the Marshall meeting last weekend, their biggest moves have been conceding to Mike Holmgren’s Cleveland Browns in two deals: trading QB Seneca Wallace for a paltry seventh-round pick in 2011 and letting the Browns win a bidding war for tight end Ben Watson at $4 million per year.
Watson would have been a great complement to John Carlson, but the Hawks obviously didn’t want to pay their No. 2 tight end that much money, especial...

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