2 players the Seattle Seahawks should try to trade for this offseason

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The Seattle Seahawks have been a successful franchise since the duo of Pete Carroll and John Schneider was formed in 2010. Both Carroll and Schneider have been catalysts to Seattle’s prosperity in the past decade.

However, since 2014, the Seahawks have been unable to advance to the NFC Championship Game. Therefore, this offseason should be considered a crucial one for a team that is longing to get back to being Super Bowl contenders.

In nearly a month, free agency is set to begin in the NFL. Then, in the latter part of April, the 2020 NFL Draft will take place in Las Vegas.

With Russell Wilson already being signed long-term, the Seahawks need to focus on surrounding him with a better roster. While the offense has performed well, the defense has declined over the past few seasons.

Besides the draft and free agency, Seattle could consider scouring the trade market to improve their roster. With that in mind, here are two players the Seahawks should try to trade for this offseason.

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  1. I agree with you about both of these players, but now that they signed Olsen, I doubt that they would sign him , from what I hear Slay , wants to come to Seattle because of his relationships with players on the team , but because of all the flack of what they recieved Detroit probably wants to much

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