Seattle Seahawks Pursuing CB Ty Law, Others?

Lars HansonCorrespondent ISeptember 16, 2009

SEATTLE - DECEMBER 21: Head coach Mike Holmgrem of the Seattle Seahawks is congratulated by Ty Law #22 of New York Jets on December 21, 2008 at Qwest Field in Seattle, Washington. The Seahawks defeated the Jets 13-3. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)

The swan song for every Seattle sports team is injuries. Most predominantly the Seattle Seahawks. Yet again bitten by the injury bug in 2009 but so far it hasn't effected them.

CB Marcus Trufant, who was placed on the PUP list before the regular season is expected back in five weeks. Recently signed CB Travis Fisher is nursing a strained hamstring and is questionable for the Seahawks week two game in San Francisco.

As of now the Seahawks are going with three main corner backs. Ken Lucas, Kelly Jennings and Josh Wilson.

This passed Sunday they fared well against a week St Louis Rams offense but were exposed by wide receiver Laurent Robinson.

This week they don't have to worry to much in San Francisco with the 49ers offense either. They will focus more on running back Frank Gore.

But as the season goes on the Seahawks will need to be more bulked up in the secondary that is looking to improve from last season.

The Seahawks have already signed backup safety Lawyer Milloy after releasing Brian Russell and making Jordan Babineaux the starting free safety.

With Trufant out for a while and games coming up with Chicago, Indy, Jacksonville and Arizona coming up in the next 4-6 weeks.

So how do the Seahawks plan to address their need at corner back? Well there are a few ways they can go about this.

One, the have already brought in free agent corner back Eric Green for a workout today and at this point in his career is what the Seahawks need and that's a nickle backup.

Two, they could could go after great veteran corner back and former Patriot and Jet Ty Law who is currently leaning towards returning to the NFL and I would imagine as a backup.

He has already ruled out KC, Oakland, and Detroit.

Seattle would be a great destination for Law for two reason. He would be a great backup and at this point in his career that's what he wants to be.

Two is that the Seahawks are a winning team and are the favorites by many to win the NFC West again and that would certainly appeal to Ty Law.

The only other option, which doesn't seem to be a huge possibility is trading for a corner back but with no real talented CB's on the market there is no reason to pursue a trade.

It will be down to Ty Law vs Eric Green because I don't see the Seahawks having to sign to CB's and release two players probably at WR and DL.

We'll have to wait and see what transpires.