The Seahawks and Brandon Marshall continue to circle each other like Conan and Bieber.
Seattle doesn’t look willing to give up the No. 6 pick overall pick for Marshall, but they are obviously interested after picking up Marshall and his fiancee in a seaplane on March 6.
Pete Carroll admitted Wednesday morning that Seahawks G.M. John Schneider has had “preliminary” discussions with Marshall’s agent Kennard McGuire about a possible new contract. That’s step one.
Step two is figuring out trade terms the Broncos would accept. Denver says they aren’t looking to negotiate, but that defies logic.
Denver wants a first-round pick. If Seattle’s No. 14 overall pick was the highest first-rounder they were offered, why wouldn’t they negotiate?
The deadline for signing restricted free agents to offer sheets is April 15, but a trade could possibly come closer to the NFL draft.