When you look at all of the moves the Seahawks have made during free agency, it's easy to assume that the Seahawks are rebuilding. However, John Schneider don't consider this a rebuild.
Speaking on 710 ESPN Seattle on Friday, Schneider offered insight into the team's offseason moves.
"It's a constant reset every single year, it doesn't stop," said Schneider. "When I say ‘reset’ people are like, ‘Well it’s a rebuild.’ We’re not rebuilding; it’s just a reset. We’ve got some pretty good players on this football team. And there’s a lot of young players that people don’t necessarily – they haven’t heard their names yet. I remember going through this when we traded Josh Johnson, and Kelly Jennings and Marcus Trufant were here. And nobody knew who Byron Maxwell, and Richard Sherman, and Walter Thurmond were."
"I’m telling you man, there’s a lot of good young football players that people don’t know about. Tedric Thompson was one of our best special teams players this last year. He didn’t get to play much at strong safety. Kam [Chancellor] was one of our best special teams players the first year he played. He didn’t get to play strong safety because Lawyer [Milloy] was here. Trust the process, man."
Do you consider this a reset or rebuild?
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