What would you do? Keep your two first round draft picks or sign one of the top receivers in all of football?
Keep in mind; you just gave away your arguably fastest receiver, have another receiver that under produced last year, and a competent backfield ready to burst onto the 2010 scene.
I’ll give ya a minute.
Brandon Marshall is taking a stroll through Seattle on Saturday, and it is being reported by Adam Schefter that the Seahawks are “strongly considering” Marshall, adding that “it absolutely can and will happen.”
Still need more time?
There is no question about it folks, for this to not happen would be more shocking than if it did not simply due to all the moves being made in the NFC—again, thank you Chicago.
But this would create such a sea change around the league, namely for Denver who would lose their premier receiver with nobody currently on their roster good enough to step up and fill such shoes.
And a first round 14th overall pick wouldn’t yield anything even close.
But it wouldn’t stop there.
The NFC West would feel a definitive effect with Kurt Warner being an afterthought, the 49ers not quite ready to take the division, and the Rams, well being the Rams.
The Chicago Bears have made the most noise thus far in free agency, I’ll bet dollars to donuts this time tomorrow Seattle won’t be too far behind with some big news.