According to the Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll, the team’s general manager John Schneider has been negotiating with the Denver Broncos restricted free agent wide receiver Brandon Marshall about a possible deal.
"There has been some talk," Carroll said today at the NFL owners meetings, per the Denver Post. "John has handled that so far. But it’s very preliminary."
Negotiating a contract is the first step in creating some action for Marshall, who has already visited the Seahawks. Since a negotiation is still going on, it’s likely that a trade will be worked out between the Seahawks and the Broncos. Putting on the Seahawks jerseys may give Marshall a new chance to prove his value as a star running back.