4 former Seattle Seahawks we would like to see return in 2024

With the league's new year right around the corner, here are four former Seattle Seahawks who should be brought back for 2024.

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Seattle Seahawks should sign T George Fant

George Fant started the majority of the 2023 season for the Houston Texans. He served to be a pretty reliable member of their offensive line and can fill a void for the Seahawks, whose tackles both dealt with injuries last season, that kept them sidelined for multiple weeks. Not to mention the fact that Evan Brown, Phil Haynes, and Damien Lewis are all set to hit the open market.

While Seattle is linked to the draft in acquiring more depth or even a potential starter on the offensive line, a George Fant signing feels like it's right up the alley of John Schneider. Last year we even saw Jason Peters get signed during the season and serve as a rotational offensive lineman. Fant could play a similar role or be trusted enough to get elevated into a starting role at some point.

Seattle Seahawks should sign WR David Moore

It will be curious to see how the Seahawks address the wide receiving core this off-season. This draft class is loaded at the wide receiver spot and Seattle could certainly find a potential steal on day three. However, I wonder if more attention should be put on this spot given the heavy emphasis on offense in today's NFL. The Seahawks have never really made a big splash in free agency at the wide receiver position.

A former Seahawk, David Moore, coming off a season with the Buccaneers might be a good addition. I can see Seattle signing him to a 1-year contract for minimal money. Although he didn't spend much time in Tampa, he did make some big plays for the team, including in the playoffs. In 2020 with the Seahawks, Moore found the end zone 6 times, pretty impressive for a player who did not see the majority of the snaps each game.