Apparently that extends to almost everyone on their roster.
(I'll pause to allow Who Dat Nation to stop hyperventilating.)
Parting ways with a difference-maker and massive matchup problem seems to be incongruous with Sean Payton's offensive that leans on scheme versatility.
When the 28-year-old is healthy, he is a matchup nightmare and one of the best red-zone threats in the NFL.
The Seahawks' biggest need this offseason was a red-zone threat and a tight end. In one swoop they have gotten a player that can dominate.