“Lack of depth and no measurable interior pass rush are major issues facing the Seattle Seahawks defensive line when free agency begins.
Seattle had too many needs to address during the NFL Draft, but the team currently has about $40 million to spend on rookies and free agents, possibly more if contracts are restructured or terminated for players under-performing in their current deals.
The starting front four in Pete Carroll’s defense created an intimidating front during the 2010 season. However, the unit only managed to play four games together.”
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