Found January 13, 2012 on Seahawks Insider:
We’ve still have almost two months until free agency begins in early March, but I thought we’d take a closer look at the Seattle Seahawks roster to get a better picture of where the team sits heading into Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider’s third offseason. The Seahawks have 22 free agents, including 18 unrestricted free agents. So the team will have some decisions to make moving forward on players like running back Marshawn Lynch, fullback Michael Robinson, linebacker David Hawthorne and defensive end Red Bryant, along with the continued development of competition at each position. Quarterback<br … Read more »
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