The Seahawks are completely loaded at a couple of positions. They are also lacking in others. This article goes over 4 players to trade away to help remedy this.
The Seahawks season is just a couple of glorious weeks away. I can honestly say, I am so excited I can hardly handle it. The way last season ended left such a bad taste in my mouth. My wife is a die-hard Packer fan. The playoff loss has been hung over my head for months. Now with the new season upon us, that defeat will finally be forgotten (hopefully).
The Seahawks spent a lot of draft capital and trade assets building a true Super Bowl roster. They traded away two firsts and a third-round pick for Jamal Adams. They traded two fifth-round picks between Quandre Diggs and Quinton Dunbar. On paper, the Seahawks secondary is top 3 in the NFL, if not the best.
Meanwhile, the Seahawks finally look to have hit on the draft. This is by far the most confident I have felt in a draft haul in recent memory. Jordyn Brooks, if he can remain healthy, looks like an athletic marvel. Damien Lewis is a lock to be the starting right guard. He has practiced like a 10-year vet so far.
DeeJay Dallas is impressing everyone. He sounds like the future of the running back room. Finally, Alton Robinson has been a surprise. He is hungry for knowledge and is successfully taking it all in at an insane rate. He has the athleticism to be a real asset on the defensive line.
With so many young players hitting, the roster cuts get a little harrier. The team will likely look to recoup some of the lost draft capital and try to add to some position groups that are lacking depth. The intent of this article is to run through 4 trades that could happen before the season to help remedy these two issues.