Found October 30, 2012 on thepigskinreport.com:
The Seattle Seahawks are hurting at wide receiver. Truth be told, they were never exactly enamored with their receiving corps in the first place, forcing the Seahawks to sign Terrell Owens late in the offseason. While Owens failed to make the opening week roster, head coach Pete Carroll said that he was impressive and did everything the team asked of him during Training Camp. With injuries to Doug Baldwin and Braylon Edwards and Ben Obomanu, could the Seahawks be ready to make another move by bringing in Owens for the second time in 2012? It may not be looming, but it is not something that can be ruled out entirely either. The Seahawks are 4-4 in 2012, but they are not out of the playoff race. Winning the NFC West seems unlikely, but earning a postseason berth with a wild card spot remains a possibility. In fact, Seattle’s next two games are against teams headed in the wrong direction in the Minnesota Vikings and New York Jets. The Seahawks can win both of those contests. After thei...
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