Despite no contract extension for Russell Wilson - or Bobby Wagner - yet, Seattle could be in pursuit of two veteran free agents, according to ESPN's Jim Trotter.
Those potential options include Dwight Freeney and Reggie Wayne. Should the Seahawks fail to strike a deal with Wilson by Friday, that would allow them to use the money that was set aside to pursue others and fill out the roster.
Freeney played his first 11 years with the Indianapolis Colts, before moving on to San Diego the last two seasons.
Adding Freeney to an already stout defensive front (third in rushing yards allowed per game) could aid Seattle. Per FieldGulls, Freeney recorded "53 pressures (hits, sacks, hurries) in 2014 per PFF, in 372 snaps, which is a good per-snap number (Cliff Avril had 64 on 432 snaps, for comparison sake, or approximately the same rate) and most of his stats came on hurries."
The Seahawks already upgraded their offense with Jimmy Graham in the offseason, but adding Wayne could bolster their young wide receiving corps. Wayne had spent his entire 14-year career with the Colts before becoming a free agent this year, but posted just 779 receiving yards and two scores in 2014.