With Hass and Seneca both having 2 years left under contract, what is Seattle's plan for the future? Here is an intrigueing scenario:
Trade down in the draft from 4 to 7 with Oakland so they can take Crabtree and complete their skill position trifecta (Russell, McFadden, Crabtree) in return for their 3rd and 5th round picks. Only works if they believe Crabtree won't be there at 7 anyway, which means we have to be willing to take him if necessary and trade rights to Oakland. Gives Seattle an additional 3rd round pick and fills the 5th round hole.
At 7, take either Stafford or Sanchez. Since I'm one of those who think Detroit takes one of them at 1, and KC DOES NOT take the other at 3, we take the other at 7. NY will be hoping one of those two drop to them. When it doesn't happen, presuming Favre retires, they'll need a QB of some kind, and still need to solve the problem long-term. Seattle trades Wallace to NY in return for their 2nd round pick. Wallace can compete with Clemens and Ratliff for the starting job and gives NY depth and starting experience at QB. It also allows them to keep pick 17 for use on something other than QB. Wallace trade value will probably never be higher than it is now.
Seattle re-signs Frye as insurance and has Sanchez or Stafford learn under Hass for 1-2 years, much like Hass got to learn behind Favre. Pick up an additional undrafted QB for further insurance, like Reilly from Central Washington. This also keeps Hass in Seattle for what is probably the remainder of his career, which is great for the team and community.