Curry was taken fourth overall in 2009 and was seen as one of the safer players in that draft, but he has struggled to make an impact in Seattle. Curry was drafted by a prior regime, and he lost his starting job before Week 3.
The Seahawks haven't yet started to shop Curry ahead of the trade deadline, but they aren't averse to it and would listen to offers, according to the source. Curry restructured his contract during the offseason, which could help facilitate a trade.
Despite his minimal production in Seattle, Curry's athleticism and potential certainly would attract suitors. He could end up being one of the bigger names dealt before the deadline in a few weeks.