Seattle Seahawks Receiver Corps Will Be Fine Without Terrell Owens

May 21, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

If Golden Tate can do everything he says he can and Deion Branch is as good as Pete Carroll thinks he is, the Seahawks will be just fine at wide receiver.
Either way, they certainly don’t need Terrell Owens and they’re probably happy they didn’t acquire Brandon Marshall.
The Seahawks reportedly have been in intermittent contact with Owens’ agent this offseason, but there’s just no reason to sign a 36-year-old clubhouse cancer who drops as many as he catches. And the contact with Owens most likely occurred before the Seahawks drafted Tate in the second round this year, so we can only hope they have no interest at this point.
Also, now that Marshall has had another hip surgery and is out until training camp, the Seahawks are probably exhaling with relief that Miami trumped their offer by giving up two second-round picks to go with a $47 million contract for the malcontent wide receiver.
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