T.J. Houshmanzadeh- With out Nate Burelson to bail out the Seahawks passing game it is time for the high priced Housh to step up his game. Last seasons production was underwhelming and borderline embarassing for the Pro Bowl receiver. There is no question that with Burelson gone and Marshall in Miami that T.J. will have to be the man this year.
Deion Branch- Seattle fans are tired of Branch. Despite the value given up for Branch and the contract he was given Branch is still a disappointment. Off season comments will not make him any more popular in the city and wouldn't be surprised if he was dealt on draft day for a late round pick.
Deon Butler- The speedy youngster should have a bright future ahead of him and an expanded roll next season. He seemed to improve a great deal at the end of the year when his playing time increased.
Ben Obamanu- This is most likely the last chance for Obamanu in Seattle. His ability to play on special teams will certaintly help his chances.
Mike Williams- A nice by low prospect. Williams even though he has been a complete bust in the NFL could be rejuvenated by a reunion with his old coach.
Reggie Williams- Much like the other Williams Reggie is a solid buy low prospect. Reggie struggle a great deal in the horrific passing offense of the Jaguars but did have succes as redzone scoring threat.
Ruvell Martin- Martin was with the Packers at the same time as new Seahawks GM John Schnieder. Ruvell fits the mold of receiver that Pete Carroll likes.
Mike Hass- Many people are very excited about Hass despite not having a catch in the NFL. I am not one of those people.
Sean Morey- Morey is an outstanding special teams player but he is not much of a receiver.