Seahawks trade Jermaine Kearse to Jets for DL Sheldon Richardson

Posted September 02, 2017

One in which the relatively unheralded Clinton McDonald could play 65 percent of the snaps in the Super Bowl win and be viewed by some around the team as having played as much of a role in the defensive dominance that day as anybody.

"We obviously think very highly of Sheldon", Jets general manager Mike Maccagnan said in a conference call with reporters.

Last season Kearse finished with over 500 receiving yards for the third consecutive year in a five-year career.

The Seahawks were tied for third in the National Football League in sacks last season with 42.

The veteran wide receiver was all set to be a contributor for the powerhouse Seattle Seahawks this season, but now he's reportedly headed to the Jets, perhaps the worst team in the NFL.

He could be a starter in Seattle's base packages depending on what happens with Ahtyba Rubin, who may be traded, but Richardson's presence in Seattle's nickel pass-rush will make that foursome arguably the NFL's best.

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The Seahawks, on the other hand, have been amassing former first round picks. He is only 26-years old and this will be the final year of his contract, unless the Seahawks want to work on an extension. The University of Washington product signed as an undrafted free agent with the 'Hawks in 2012 and has averaged 13.8 yards on his 153 career receptions with 11 TDs.

The Jets ended up choosing Wilkerson to re-sign, and Williams has three years remaining on his contract. "It allows them the salary cap space to take on Richardson's deal".

The Seahawks also seem to be illustrating more than ever that they are in win-now mode. The team already had Pro Bowlers Michael Bennett and Cliff Avril, along with talented 2015 second-round pick Frank Clark. He joins a loaded Seahawks defense that is among the best in the NFL.

The @Seahawks defense just got even more stacked?

The Seahawks hope as scary as it was to the Broncos that glorious night in New Jersey.