Seattle Seahawks: My Rest of Off Season Rosterbation

12th ManContributor IJune 22, 2010

JACKSONVILLE, FL - NOVEMBER 06: Offensive lineman Chester Pitts #69 of the Houston Texans blocks during a pass play against the Jacksonville Jaquars on November 6, 2005 at Alltel Stadium in Jacksonville, Florida. The Jaguars defeated the Texans 21-14.  (Photo by Doug Benc/Getty Images)
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Before I start this post, I am pleading guilty on several counts of rosterbation.

With these OJ Atogwe rumors unexpectedly tickling our innards, it got my speculation engine revved up again.

After a fantastic draft the Hawks have remained dormant except for a couple of smaller signings and cuts of names you have never heard of and names I only know of because it’s my duty to know we had a receiver named Mike Jones or that we signed a guy named Will Tuakafu.

Well, JP Losman is the exception; even some casual 12th Man know that name.

Even then, he was acquired to be a third stringer behind a career third stringer who is by all accounts going to get paid $4 million to live his nickname Clipboard Jesus to the fullest.

Anyway, putting on my General Manager hat for a second, here are the moves I would make before training camp, and my logic behind each reasoning.

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