Seattle Seahawks’ Trade Talk: Has Seattle Learned How to Deal?

March 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Seattle Seahawks’ new management has not appeared very savvy in making trades so far. But it looks like there is some hope yet as they take their time in the Brandon Marshall situation.
Coach Pete Carroll acknowledged this week that the Seahawks are still interested in the Denver receiver and have engaged in preliminary talks with both Denver and Marshall’s agent, Kennard McGuire.
“Knowing he has a chance to be available, just like any other aspect of building a football team, we're looking for the best guys we can possibly find,” Carroll told reporters at the owners meetings in Orlando. “See what we can do with him and see what his individual situation holds, and there’s a chance you can find a way to get him.”
We can only hope the Hawks are not going to give in and give up a first-round pick for Marshall, who simply brings far too many negatives to be valued that highly.
So far, the Seahawks have made three trades, and...

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