2 players the Seattle Seahawks must sign in free agency

Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks suffered a disappointing loss to the Green Bay Packers in the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs. It was a tough way to end a very positive season, but the future is very bright for the proud franchise.

Heading into the upcoming offseason, the Seahawks do have a few holes that they need to focus on filling. Whether they fill those needs in free agency or by bringing in talent in the 2020 NFL Draft, the work needs to get done.

Looking at free agency in particular, the Seahawks could make some big additions. There are some players on the market that would fit the system that Carroll has in place for Seattle. Spending big money may not be the right option this offseason, but they need to look into everything.

Seattle is just a piece or two away from contending for a Super Bowl. Russell Wilson is in the prime of his career and they have surrounded him with weapons on offense. Adding more defensive talent is a must for this team.

All of that being said, here are two free agents the Seahawks must focus on signing this offseason.

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