Secondary free agency is now in full swing for the Seahawks, and John Schneider and Pete Carroll are working on re-signing some of the team's own free agents. Per Bob Condotta, reporting from the NFL Owners Meetings in Phoenix, Carroll indicated the Seahawks are working to bring back C/G Steven Schilling, DT/NT Kevin Williams, DE/DT Demarcus Dobbs, and QB Tarvaris Jackson.
Getting Williams and Dobbs back on the defensive line would be great for depth and would put the Seahawks in a nice position going into the draft where they don't have to get too desperate with adding an interior lineman early on.
Same goes for Schilling, whose addition would be a nice hedge for the Draft in case the board doesn't fall Seattle's way in the centers group. Right now, the presumptive starter at center will be Patrick Lewis, but it's a decent year for that position in the draft, especially the mid-rounds, so it's likely the Hawks will look to add a player there to help replace Max Unger.
Carroll said that the team is really trying to get Tarvaris Jackson back for another year, and most indications are that this will happen. This would ostensibly leave third-stringer B.J. Daniels more free to dabble in kick/punt returns and some gadget type stuff for the offense, and Pete Carroll again mentioned this option.
Per Condotta, Carroll also mentioned Cassius Marsh and Jesse Williams as two players he's excited for come training camp. Both missed last season with injuries. Carroll said getting Marsh back is like having an extra draft pick.