Seattle Seahawks Free Agency: 8 Post-Lockout Priorities

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Seattle Seahawks Free Agency: 8 Post-Lockout Priorities
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Seattle will have approximately $40 million dollars to spend in free agency; hopefully, they are prepared to spend wisely.

The lockout is over and the Seahawks have no time to waste in getting down to business; they need to hit the ground running and decisively answer some major questions that have been looming this offseason.

While free agency won’t officially begin until later in the week, undrafted free agents have already begun to sign; teams can begin to re-order their rosters, make trades, re-negotiate contracts and inform others of their release. Teams can also negotiate with their own free agents and have conversations with others.

These tasks are the final preparation for the free agency mad dash; if the Seahawks are to contend for the division in 2011, they need to make a splash in free agency with a combination of key acquisitions and solid depth signings.

With 23 free agents, in the neighborhood of $40 million in projected cap space and a bevy of decisions to make, the organization must hit the ground running.

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