A 10-step plan to get the Seahawks back to the Super Bowl

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The Seahawks are going to need to be creative this off-season. Anything from restructuring, extensions, trades, low-key free agent signings is on the table. Seattle needs to hit on every move.

It is incredibly important that the team takes a real long, hard look at the roster. I know I have. Over the next few slides, I am going to outline a 10-step plan on how to get Seattle back to the Super Bowl.

This article is the final in the series. I have previously gone over the pros and cons of trading all the top players on the roster. The articles also went through possible compensation if those players were traded.

A 10-step plan to get the Seahawks back to the Super Bowl.

The most recent article went over the pros, cons, and how much the Seahawks can save by trading, cutting, restructuring, and extending the top 8 players on the roster. If you want to read any of these articles click one of the links below.

What a Seahawks trade of Tyler Lockett could look like.

What a Seahawks trade of Quandre Diggs could look like.

What a Seahawks trade of Bobby Wagner could look like.

What a Seahawks trade of Russell Wilson could look like.

What a Seahawks trade of Jarran Reed could look like.

How much the Seahawks can save by cutting, trading, restructuring, and extending 8 key players.

One final thing before I dive into the plan, the Seahawks have an effective cap of roughly $6.4 million for this upcoming off-season all in all. Keep this figure in mind as we go forward.

Without further ado, following me onto the corresponding pages to see my 10-step plan to get the Seahawks back to the Super Bowl.

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