Two weeks later, Seattle Seahawks still have major needs to fill

March 23, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Two weeks into the new NFL year, the Seattle Seahawks have kept plenty busy.
They’ve made three trades, including the controversial Charlie Whitehurst deal, and added half a dozen players.
But, beyond Whitehurst, it really has been more about subtraction, and the team still hasn’t addressed any of its major needs.
Basically, the Seahawks have upgraded at quarterback, added a quality No. 2 tight end, acquired some cheap depth at receiver and linebacker, and padded their special teams.
But they still have not addressed their issues on the offensive line; trading Darryl Tapp weakened them at defensive end; and cutting Deon Grant left a gaping hole at the already weak safety position.
With defensive lineman Cory Redding (pictured) signing with Baltimore on Monday, the Seahawks’ offseason scorecard reads like this:
Six additions: Whitehurst, TE Chris Baker, DE Chris Clemons, WR Ruvell Martin, RB Quinton Ganther and LB Matt McCoy.
Six loss...

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