The Seahawks may be adding to their receiver corps in free agency, but they’re still looking to add a big-play receiver who can also be a shutdown corner.
Josh Huff and Jeremy Maclen are among the receivers the team is reportedly targeting this offseason.
The Seahawks will also be looking to replace cornerback Richard Sherman in free agent moves.
They will also target a wide receiver in the draft, with a top-10 pick in the 2017 NFL Draft in the mix.
Here are some of the other teams that are believed to be in on Huff and Maclen.
Arizona Cardinals: The Cardinals are reportedly in talks with veteran receiver Josh Huff on a four-year deal worth about $13 million per season.
Arizona also reportedly has interest in the Kansas City Chiefs’ DeAndre Hopkins, according to a league source.
New York Giants: The Giants are reportedly interested in the Atlanta Falcons’ Jeremy Maclaren, a four years, $20 million deal that would be the second-highest in the NFL.
Philadelphia Eagles: The Eagles are reportedly looking to sign free agent receiver Roddy White, according the Philadelphia Inquirer.
New Orleans Saints: The Saints have interest in free agents Roddy Washington and Michael Thomas, according ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Indianapolis Colts: The Colts reportedly are in talks to sign tight end Delanie Walker, according Adam Schefters reports.
Arizona: The Cards are reportedly targeting former New York Jets receiver Jeremy Maclellan, according Bleacher Report’s Todd Archer.
New England Patriots: The Patriots are reportedly still in talks for veteran wide receiver DeAndre Lewis, according New England.com’s Adam Caplan.
Detroit Lions: The Lions are reportedly also in talks about free agent tight end David Njoku, according USA Today’s Nick Wagoner.
Buffalo Bills: The Bills are reportedly exploring a trade for quarterback Nick Foles, according Fox Sports’ Jim Trotter.
New Jersey Devils: The Devils have been active in free-agent negotiations for a wideout, according NJ.com reporter Michael Zagoria.
San Francisco 49ers: The 49ers are reportedly actively pursuing former Chicago Bears tight end Zach Miller, according NFL Media’s Chris Mortensen.