Poll question: Glad to have Kellen Winslow?
The Seahawks didn't draft or sign a big-name receiver in free agency, but Steve Kelley believes Seattle upgraded the receiving corps when it traded for tight end Kellen Winslow.
Kelley writes: "Winslow can be the field-stretching receiver the Seahawks needed but didn't get in the April draft. He can be a big-play guy. He can be dangerous in the red zone."
General manager John Schneider told Kelley: "This falls under the category of a team need. He's a guy that brings that energy and passion that fits our group and our locker room right now.
"Kellen is so passionate about the game. He really is all ball. And those are the kind of guys you feel like it's worth bringing into your program. He's the type of guy who wants to be great."
So what do you think about the newest Seahawk?