Seahawks Offseason Analysis

Igor KolodicContributor IMay 9, 2009

RENTON, WA - MAY 02:  Wide receiver Deon Butler #85 of the Seattle Seahawks makes a catch during minicamp at the Seahawks' training facility on May 2, 2009 in Renton, Washington. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)

The Seattle Seahawks have done a great job this offseason. Signing and drafting some good players this season.

Signing T.J. Houshmandzadeh A+

The signing of T.J. Houshmandzadeh I grade that an A because the Seattle Seahawks needed a reliable wide receiver to stretch down the field and a physical wide receiver.

Signing Collin Cole A-

By signing Collin Cole they got a big defensive tackle who could stop the run. So, that's why I grade that an A-.

Trading for Cory Redding C

I gave this trade a C because they got a pretty good defensive linemen, but they didn't really need him.

Drafting Aaron Curry A+

I have this grade an A+ because the Seahawks needed an outside linebacker after trading Julian Peterson to Detroit for a 5th round pick and Cory Redding, and that he was the best player in the draft and the safest pick.

Drafting Max Unger B+

I gave this grade an B+ because the Seahawks needed an offensive linemen and that he can  lay guard, center, and tackle.Plus, they got him in a Great value.

Drafting Deon Butler A

I gave this grade an A because Deon Butler is a good deep threat and that he has 4.3 speed.

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