Seahawks podcast: A review of the first week of free agency

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The Seattle Seahawks have made some more high-end free agency moves than normal, and more than 12s probably expected, in 2023. Seattle added an expensive but potentially very disruptive defensive tackle. The Seahawks also brought back one of their former players along the defensive line who should help contain the run better in 2023 than in 2022.

But Seattle didn’t just stop in free agency by re-working the D-line. They seemed to purposefully go after players who fit immediate positions of need. One signing, however, might imply that one Seahawk on the roster is more injured than previously thought.

But as the NFL news cycle never seems to stop, not only are the Seahawks working the free agent market, but they are also preparing for the 2023 NFL draft. Just when you thought you couldn’t read enough about it, we give you something even more. That would be our weekly podcast.

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