Seattle Seahawks Need To Be Selectively Aggressive in Free Agency

March 2, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The focus of the NFL at the moment is on the draft prospects at the Combine in Indianapolis, but free agency begins at 9 PM Thursday night, and the Seahawks should be putting as much energy into the veteran pool of players as they are into the rookies.
Although there will be no salary cap in 2010, many teams have said they are going to adopt a business-as-usual approach, because they are unsure what will happen in 2011. A lot of clubs figure it’s best to proceed as if the old rules are in place.
New Seattle general manager John Schneider said the Seahawks will proceed as usual, “not based on what we think other people are doing, just on the way we would normally handle things.”
“We’re going to proceed like it’s any other year,” he told reporters at the Combine. “It’s not one of those things where you just automatically go hog wild. You have to be responsible and treat it like it’s your own money.”
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