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Seahawks Reportedly Talking To Teams About Tight Ends & Pass Rushers

Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports that the Seattle Seahawks continue to be one of the more aggressive teams in the trade market.

According to La Canfora, Seattle has been looking for pass rush help and/or upgrades at tight end. However, La Canfora adds that nothing is imminent at this point in time, but they are expected to continue making calls around the league.

Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reported that the Seahawks were among the teams to reach out to Tampa Bay about the availability of WR Vincent Jackson.

La Canfora believes it would take a second-round pick to get Jackson from the Buccaneers.

Days after the Seahawks traded Percy Harvin to the Jets, reports mentioned that they had reached out to Broncos and Browns about trading tight ends Julius Thomas and Jordan Cameron, but they were obviously turned down.

The Seahawks have been using Luke Willson and Cooper Helfet at tight end while Zach Miller is sidelined with an ankle injury.

Seattle GM John Schneider has shown a willingness to make bold moves to upgrade his roster, so we’ll have to see if anything comes this news next week.