3 trades that could transform the Seahawks into Super Bowl contenders in 2024

Could some big trades be in the near future for Seattle?
Three trades that could change the Seahawks' 2024 expectations
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No. 3 - Seahawks could trade for Micah Parsons

In terms of absolute game wreckers, Micah Parsons is the first name that comes to mind. The three-time All-Pro linebacker/edge rusher/world eater is widely considered the best defensive player in the league and may even be the best overall player in football. At only 25 years old, Parsons is on pace to rival the careers of Aaron Donald, Lawrence Taylor, and Reggie White in terms of production, accolades, and overall talent.

While it may seem impossible to trade for a player of Parsons' caliber, it's apparently a possibility, according to Shan Shariff of 105.3 The Fan.

According to this report, Parsons wants to get paid. He wants to get paid a lot. Dallas typically does not offer large contract extensions until rookie deals are up. However, Parsons has been outspoken, even on his podcast, about the fact he deserves the Brinks truck. Cowboys owner and acting general manager Jerry Jones is very old-fashioned, and I believe the reports show him getting frustrated with Parsons. I would not put it past the geriatric Jones to trade away his best player out of frustration with him.

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This is where John Schneider and the Seahawks absolutely should step in. Give Dallas whatever they want. Five first-round picks? Deal! Ten first-round picks? Sure! Any defense that could acquire that sort of talent would instantly become one of the top defenses in the league. Could you imagine a defensive front consisting of Byron Murphy, Leonard Williams, and Micah Parsons? Now, could you imagine that Seahawks defense under the defense of Mike Macdonald? That has Super Bowl written all over it.

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