3. Danario Alexander (via FA from Chargers): Alexander isn’t extremely explosive but would bring that No. 1 receiver size to the table and has increased production in each of his first three seasons in the league. He would also help play calling in the red zone, where the Seahawks struggled a bit with schemes in 2013-14, especially the second half of the season when Rice went down. Remember a particular 4th and 1 in the NFC Championship game?
With Alexander on the outside, Marshawn would have more room again, as a safety would be required to help over the top. And while I wouldn’t put him anywhere near the caliber of an Anquan Boldin or Larry Fitzgerald, the Seahawks could really use a big kid of their own that could go get it if Russ really needs to throw one up into double coverage.