Darrell Taylor might be falling on the depth chart
The issue facing Taylor is that he should already be behind both Boye Mafe and Derick Hall in the depth chart. Mafe has been a monster throughout camp and in last week's game vs the Vikings. He already had my vote as taking over for Taylor back in mid-June.
As for Hall, he looked like he might get 9.5 sacks in one game someday. Sure, it's early, but as far as his pass rush game goes, he's been every bit as good as Mafe so far. He's incredibly fast. No one can look at the two players and not see that Hall is an upgrade over Taylor.
Darrell Taylor is in his final contract year with Seattle. He'll be a restricted free agent in 2024, meaning whoever trades for him would be able to match any offer he receives or get compensation for him. That's assuming they don't extend his contract, of course. That makes him a more attractive prospect than if he was unrestricted.
So after detailing why the Hawks should trade him, why would any team want him? Those 9.5 sacks are flashy, and they do indeed represent real value. I'm not saying he doesn't offer anything to the Seahawks; I'm just saying that he's been surpassed. That's why Seattle should move on from him, and reinforce the defensive interior. That being said, I believe the Colts may have just what the Hawks need.