To suggest that the Seattle Seahawks have been busy during free agency would be an understatement. The ‘Hawks have quickly addressed a couple of needs and are well-positioned to meet other areas through the draft.
Granted, free agency can be a mixed bag of risk and reward. Contracts can be expensive and have significant salary cap implications.
To deal with this, it is not unusual for NFL teams to cut players fairly early in their contracts. A good example is Laurent Robinson, who was cut (via ESPN) by the Jacksonville Jaguars after just one year of a five-year deal.
Will the moves made by the Seahawks push them over the top and into the Super Bowl? Or, will certain trades or signings be referenced for years to come as deals that went bad?
Here are some of the best and worst moves made by Seattle so far.