Edgerrin James (2009)
Another Hall of Famer that finished his career in Seattle was running back, Edgerrin James. James was one of the top backs in the league during his tenure with the Indianapolis Colts and even with the Arizona Cardinals.
James rushed 46 times for 125 yards while scoring 0 touchdowns. This was actually a critical point of time in Seattle franchise history as Shaun Alexander just left the franchise in 2007. The Seahawks were trying to fill that large void and turned to the veteran running back to serve as a mentor in the running back room.
Seattle also had Julius Jones and Justin Forsett on the roster at the time. Again, no Seahawk fan is ever going to argue that James was one of the best halfbacks in franchise history. But, they were apart of his hall of fame journey, regardless of the stats he recorded.
Seattle has had a long history of developing stellar running backs. Shaun Alexander and Marshawn Lynch are the two that stand out the most, but having a piece like James in place for one year allowed this backfield to grow. While it would have been awesome to see James get more reps out of the backfield in Seattle, he ended his career at the right time.