REPORT: Super Bowl Contender Rumored To Add Two Pro Bowl Studs To Address Major Need … Would They Push Them Over The Top??

In their quest to bolster their offensive line, the Seattle Seahawks have set their sights on two notable names: Laken Tomlinson and Cody Whitehair.

Both Pro Bowl guards were recently let go as cap casualties, and ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler reports that the Seahawks are keeping a close eye on both of them. 

Tomlinson, known for his remarkable durability, could offer the Seahawks stability in the trenches.

The seasoned veteran has not missed a single game since Week 1 of the 2017 season, making him an attractive option for a team in need of reliability.

Despite his consistent availability, Tomlinson found himself on the market after the New York Jets released him earlier this offseason.

The move came amidst concerns over the Jets overall line health in 2023, although Tomlinson’s performance may have also played a role.

After earning Pro Bowl honors in 2021, Tomlinson’s level of play dipped, ultimately leading to his departure from New York.

Previously, he secured a lucrative three-year, $40 million deal following a five-season stint with the San Francisco 49ers.

Meanwhile, Cody Whitehair brings versatility and experience to the table.

Having earned a Pro Bowl nod as a center in 2017, Whitehair has amassed 124 games over eight seasons with the Chicago Bears.

Despite primarily playing left guard last season, Whitehair showcased his adaptability by seamlessly transitioning to different roles, a quality that could greatly benefit the Seahawks.

“The Seahawks could be making moves on the offensive line within the next week or so,” ESPN’s Brady Henderson recently reported. 

The Seahawks, under the guidance of new head coach Mike Macdonald, are determined to fine-tune their offensive line, viewing it as a continual work in progress.

While the Seahawks have made some acquisitions this offseason, they have also bid farewell to familiar faces.

The most familiar face of all is that of longtime head coach Pete Carroll who was surprisingly fired following the 2023 season.

(I know the Seahawks don’t want it painted as a “firing” – but let’s be honest, that’s exactly what is was.)

What are your thoughts on the Seahawks going forward?

Should they sign Tomlinson and/or Whitehair?

What else do they need to do this offseason?

It’s no secret that quarterback Geno Smith took a step back last season.

Was 2022 just a fluke? Or can Smith regain that form this coming season?

Did Carroll deserve to get fired? Was it truly time for a change at the top?

What are your thoughts on Macdonald taking over???