Seattle Seahawks: Brandon Marshall Worth No. 6 Pick and Money

March 6, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Brandon Marshall continues his NFL tour Saturday in Seattle, and it couldn't have come at a better time for the Seahawks, who are in desperate need of a play-making wide receiver.
The team lost reliable wideout and returner Nate Burleson to Detroit in the early hours of free agency on Friday.  Deion Branch is an aging, injury-riddled veteran that has little value to any team around the league.
Last offseason, the franchise tried to address its receiving core when it went out and won the sweepstakes for coveted free agent T.J. Houshmandzadeh.  But Seattle is still without that elite wideout that can change a game on one play.
Marshall is that player.
In only four years in Denver, specifically the last three seasons, Marshall has made his fair share of circus catches and put up ridiculous numbers between Jay Cutler and Kyle Orton throwing the ball in his direction.  The fourth-round pick from the 2006 NFL Draft has already piled up 4,000 yards in his young career ...

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