Updated Feb 20, 2013 - 1:22 pm
How about Dwight Freeney as a short-term fix?
Defensive end Raheem Brock collected 14 sacks (including playoffs) during his two seasons with the Seahawks. He was 32 years old when he joined Seattle on a one-year deal in 2010.
Brock was a short-term solution for the Seahawks, who had yet to draft Bruce Irvin to play opposite Chris Clemons.
With Clemons likely to miss the start of next season while recovering from a torn ACL, the Seahawks have some younger options to consider as they look to help their exterior pass rush this offseason. Free agent Paul Kruger is one of them. They could also find their guy via the draft.
Another option is a veteran who could provide short-term help like Brock did in 2010 and 2011. That's where Dwight Freeney enters the discussion. Freeney just turned 33. He was informed by the Colts last week that he will not be re-signed, meaning he'll become an unrestricted free agent.
In the video below, Brock Huard and Mike Salk discuss whether they could see the Seahawks pursuing Freeney.
Earlier: Clayton speculates on Dwight Freeney, Seahawks.
You can listen to Wednesday's show here.
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