Seahawks continue veteran receiver reclamation program with Braylon Edwards (Shutdown Corner)
RENTON, Wash. -- It may seem that the Seattle Seahawks under head coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider have built a home for wayward receivers, but that's just the way things have shaken out during the duo's three-year tenure in the Emerald City. Carroll got one solid year out of Mike Williams, his old USC receiver, in 2010 -- two years after Williams has essentially eaten himself out of the NFL. In 2011, Williams was limited by injuries, and though he maintained a mentor relationship with his younger teammates, the end was clearly near.
Williams was recently released, soon after the Seahawks sent a low pick to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for tight end Kellen Winslow, who found himself on Greg Schiano's bad side. Veteran
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