Target number 1: Morgan Moses, RT
I have written about Morgan Moses previously. If you want a more in-depth analysis than this article provides, click this link.
As I outlined in my introductory slide, the offensive line is actually looking quite good. With the addition of Gabe Jackson and continuity with both the starters and backups, this looks like a very solid unit.
However, as far as I can tell, the Seahawks are not going for solid. They want to make it to the Super Bowl. They are looking to capitalize on their closing Super Bowl window with the current stars on their roster.
What better way to do that than grabbing arguably the most consistent and durable offensive lineman left on the market? Moses hasn’t missed a single game throughout his career. He has been a beacon of consistency and production since he took over the right tackle in 2015.
He is coming off his best year as a pro and still has plenty of productive seasons left in the tank. The two ways a contract could go would be a long-term deal with a healthy per year value (likely around $8 million per year) or a one-year deal with a smaller salary.
With it being this late in the process and the lower league-wide salary cap, the one-year deal will likely be the way this would go.
Contract estimate: 1 year, $5 million.