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Gary Horton and Field Yates of ESPN.com’s Inside believe free agent defensive tackle Chris Canty would be a great fit for the Seattle Seahawks and I agree. Given his unique length and ability to bend, Canty is an imposing run-defender in the middle of the defensive line. He stands at 6-foot-7 and pushes 300 pounds, and while injuries have affected his play in recent seasons, he still possesses initial quickness and inline power to drive through the anchor of interior linemen. In Seattle, finding a player to line up as a 3-technique on the outside eye of a guard is critical to the defense, and Branch, who started 16 games last season, is a UFA. Canty, like Branch, can hold his own against the run, though he does it less by being a space clogger and more by being able to win at the point of attack in single-block situations and using his length. Canty will benefit Seattle by providing an interior rush force to disrupt the integrity of the pocket. Branch was less effective in this real...
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