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    Leon Washington

    Since Seattle is rumored to trade for Harvin...... does that make Leon Washington expentable?  If so, would you like to see the Pats pick him up and maybe replace Woodhead at the same time?

     
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    Re: Leon Washington

    Leon Washington isn't really a running back anymore, pretty much will only contribute on special teams.

     
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    In response to dapats1281's comment:

    Leon Washington isn't really a running back anymore, pretty much will only contribute on special teams.



    I'd almost take him for the sp impact. I also think he can do a similar role at RB as Woodhead.  He doesn't run over anyone.

     
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    Re: Leon Washington

    http://www.sbnation.com/nfl/2013/3/11/4091876/leon-washington-trade-seahawks-rumors

     

    Seahawks rumors: Leon Washington on the trading block  

    By Mark Sandritter on Mar 11 2013, 8:39p @MarkSandritter 1

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    Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

    Working to create salary cap space after trading for Percy Harvin, the Seahawks are reportedly shopping returner Leon Washington.

    The Seahawks bolstered their receiving corps when they traded for wide receiverPercy Harvin on Monday, but Seattle also reduced its salary cap flexibility with the move. In order to clear some space, the Seahawks are now shopping returner Leon Washington on the trade market, according to a report from Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports.

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    Washington is coming off a Pro Bowl season in which he averaged 29.0 yards per kickoff return but, with minimal offensive contributions and a $2.875 million cap number, Washington could be expendable. Washington served as Seattle's third-down running back last season, but his biggest contributions came in the return game. His kickoff return average was second in the NFL.

    The 30-year-old Washington becomes even more expendable when considering Seattle's other options in the return game. Harvin has proven one of the most dangerous kick returners in the NFL with five career kick-return touchdowns. He returned 16 kicks last season, averaging 35.9 yards per kick return. Seattle wide receiver Golden Tatehas proven to be a dynamic punt returner, albeit in limited opportunities.

    Either way, Seattle is likely to sign Harvin to a lucrative long-term extension, making a high-priced return man like Leon Washington a luxury it may not be able afford. Seattle could also recoup some value for Washington after trading three draft picks to Minnesota.

     
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    Re: Leon Washington

    In response to RidingWithTheKing's comment:

    No. Would rather sign Ted Ginn for WR on an under market deal and he's the kick returner/4th WR.



    That would be good if the pats could get them.

     

     
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    Re: Leon Washington

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    http://www.sbnation.com/nfl/2013/3/11/4091876/leon-washington-trade-seahawks-rumors

     

    Seahawks rumors: Leon Washington on the trading block 

    By Mark Sandritter on Mar 11 2013, 8:39p @MarkSandritter 1

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    He looks slow even on a still photo.

     
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