What the Seattle Seahawks Should Do This Offseason

Igor KolodicContributor IFebruary 18, 2009

The Seahawks should draft a wide receiver because Matt Hasselbeck needs a reliable target. For example take Michael Crabtree of Texas Tech because he gots great hands like a Larry Fitzgerald. Or sign T.J. Houshmandzadeh if that doesn't work out. If those two choices don't work out take Darrel Jackson because we seen what he can do when he was with Seattle. Or resign Bobby Engram.

The other thing the Seattle Seahawks need to do put a franchise tag on Leroy Hill. Let Morris leave because his not a reliable starter. Let Jones start and give Justin Forsett a chance because we seen what Sproles can do, so why not try Forsett.

Also, let the role Duckett keep doing it. Resign Leonard Weaver. Also, draft a OT to replace Walter Jones when he retires. Plus, draft a DT because Seattle wasn't putting enough pressure on the quarterback. Plus, they need a CB because they let too much wide receivers open. And the Seahawks don't need Michael Vick.

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