The rebuilding process for the Seattle Seahawks under head coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider has been quick, yet for the most part effective.
In just a few short years, the 'Hawks roster has been completely turned over with a focus toward youth, especially players with size and speed through a series of savvy moves.
This past offseason the team addressed several pressing issues through both the draft and free agency by acquiring players the front office hopes will serve the team well in both the short and long term; nevertheless, like every team in the league, the 'Hawks face a few potential problems.
So how do teams about to enter training camp help themselves exactly?
In short, they search this list from ESPN.com for players they believe can help by either squeezing one more year out of their careers or perhaps by getting a derailed career back on track.
At this point it would be hard to imagine Carroll and Schneider going out of their way for anyone past their expiration date, but here are five veteran free agents who aren't terribly old that the 'Hawks should consider bringing to training camp. Perhaps with a little bit of luck they could turn their careers around...or at the very least provide a little bit of depth.