Artie Burns – Pittsburgh Steelers
The Steelers selected Artie Burns in the 2016 NFL draft first round from “The U.” He is a player with good speed and can run with top receivers. Since his NFL debut in 2016, Burns only has four interceptions. Opposing teams don’t throw the ball to his side often, even though Joe Haden plays opposite him.
If the Seahawks were to trade for Burns, he would be a great addition to the team. Shaquille Griffin could learn something about how press coverage is supposed to work from him. He can nail down one side of the field to free up other defenders. Burns got on Pittsburgh coach Mike Tomlin’s bad side last week when he showed up late to a team activity and was benched on Sunday as punishment.
Patrick Peterson – Arizona Cardinals
He possesses blazing fast 4.34 speed, that is virtually unmatched in the NFL. Since Patrick Peterson was drafted fifth overall out of LSU, he has not disappointed. Seattle would have to do some work in order to free up some cap space to trade for Peterson. Also, he said is committed to Arizona. But if the Seahawks can get Peterson, it would be a huge move.
This guy can run with anyone in the league and has picked off the best quarterbacks in the NFL. His resume speaks for itself, he is the guy in Arizona. Peterson can do whatever a defensive coordinator wants him to do, plus he brings an amazing amount of speed to the defense.