Found June 29, 2012 on Football Nation:
10. Visanthe Shiancoe, Tight End Chances are that Shiancoe will probably never catch 11 TDs in a single season again like he did in 2009 (he’s caught 5 TDs in the two seasons since then), but he could still be a valuable asset for any team in need of a large target near the goal line. Shiancoe is a guy that you haven’t heard much about at all throughout the offseason. There was some initial interest from the Seahawks early on but then they landed Kellen Winslow. There was also mention of the Arizona Cardinals back in March, but that wouldn’t make much sense considering they already have Rob Housler, Jeff King and Todd Heap. So let’s go with a team that you never hear about making any kind of moves during the offseason: The Cleveland Browns. The Browns’ passing game has been in disarray and for some odd reason they elected to draft only one wide receiver in the NFL Draft. This could mean that they have plans to pursue one of the many receivers still available in free agency, ...

Report: Visanthe Shiancoe turned down an offer from the Seahawks

Getty Images According to Tom Pelissero of 1500 ESPN Radio in Minneapolis, he heard that free agent tight end Visanthe Shiancoe turned down a one-year, $1.2 million offer from the Seattle Seahawks. Shiancoe was a solid starter with the Vikings.  I’m not sure what he’s looking for in terms of his next deal.  I can’t imagine him being offered the equivalent to what a starter...
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