Trouble Brewing in Seattle? Expect Storm If Seahawks Bring in Brandon Marshall

March 6, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

While NFL teams pursue buying free agents, the Seattle Seahawks are amongst to make a sudden transition in its depleted roster, shuffling to percolate in an undermined NFC West division.
Normally, when a team is rebuilding to wipe away misery, the franchise seeks to cruise in a new direction and avoid any weasels, egomaniacs, or problematic receivers whose cancerous nonsense ruptures consensus.
Except in the Pacific Northwest, where the gloomy skies usually forecast scattered showers, but also a Careerbuilder.com starting point for head coach Pete Carroll, first impression matters given his coaching letdowns in the past.
Times fizzled in the NFL, failing to coach the pros as exemplary like during a remarkable nine year stint at USC where he mastered the inconceivable after erasing a stodgy psyche.
If you want to call this a redemptive period for Carroll, signing Brandon Marshall, an enigmatic receiver is a bit risky and a heavy burden.
It’s not exactly a ...

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