“The Seahawks want a receiver with dominant size to fill the role Mike Williams played during the 2010 season. Owens is one candidate. Braylon Edwards is another,” writes Sando. “…The Seahawks aren’t going to keep two veteran receivers with no value on special teams. Owens has the bigger name and better credentials, but Edwards has the inside track for a roster spot if both play well. That is because Edwards is nine years younger and could conceivably project as a factor beyond this season.”
The Seahawks receiving corp is filled with a question marks. While Sando believes there is only one roster spot for Edwards or Owens, Sidney Rice‘s injury problems and the struggles of Golden Tate and Ben Obomanu leave me to believe there is still a chance for both Edwards and Owens to make the Seahawks roster.