Found October 12, 2011 on Seahawks Blog:
For all the changes to the Seahawks roster last year -- and there were nearly 300 of them -- it wasn't until this year that Seattle cut ties with some of the players picked to be cornerstones under former president Tim Ruskell.First, Seattle made no real effort to re-sign center Chris Spencer, who left for Chicago as a free agent. Then, the Seahawks traded cornerback Kelly Jennings to Cincinnati before the regular season began. Now, it is expected that Aaron Curry will be traded to the Oakland Raiders, a deal that hasn't quite been finalized, but is largely expected.Of the 37 players that Seattle drafted while Ruskell was president, only nine remain on the team. Six of those players are on the active roster, two are on the physically unable to perform (PUP) list and tight end John Carlson is on injured reserve. RUSKELL REMAINDERSThe Seahawks drafted 37 players in president Tim Ruskell's five years as team president. Nine remain on the team, only three on the active roste...
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