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Seahawks To Trade Second Round Pick For Albert Haynesworth?

NASHVILLE, TN - JANUARY 10:  (M) Defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth #93 of the Tennessee Titans is double-teammed by lineman Jared Gaither #71 and Ben Grubbs #66 of the Baltimore Ravens during the AFC Divisional Playoff Game on January 10, 2009 at LP Field in Nashville, Tennessee.  (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
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Big Dave Seahawks All Day EverydayContributor IApril 23, 2010

Ok, so maybe I made that up. Albert Hayensworth the $100 million dollar man, wants to be moved and wants to play for a 4-3 team. He is only owed 16mil a year and could be a great fit next to Mebane in Seattles front four.

There still is some very good deffensive tackles in the draft come the start of the second round Brian Price from UCLA the third highest rated DT in the draft with four off the board already could be a great steal for the Seahawks (but would have to trade up), D'Anthony Smith Louisiana Tech 6th rated, Lamarr Houston Texas could fall to Seattle at 60, Terrance Cody Alabama also could fall perfectly at 60.

Deffensive tackle has to be the next largest need. With the addation of Foley, Clemons, and other dude in F.A. at DE, we still need a pass rusher but could wait till after we fill the bigger need at DT. We all know Mebane is a stud and needs help, so whether its a trade for Hayensworth or a draft pick DT has to be the next need come the second round.

Colin Cole is a back up not a starter, with any of these guys (draft or Haynesworth) in the middle with Mebane it would free up the edges for the pass rush to come into play. Where as last year outside didn't have a chance (or young talent sorry tapp) to get to the QB or stuff the running game in the backfield.

Most pressing needs DT, DE, RB, and CB with 7 picks left who and where will they be.

This draft has fallen perfectly for the Seahawks, so lets continue on that and watch Price drop to 60 (yeah right!)....well I can dream right?

Dont worry we will get a RB in the draft, no need to spend on that yet.

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