The Seahawks have emerged as one of the teams interested in restricted free agent Brandon Marshall. The Broncos wide receiver will visit the Seahawks on Saturday morning, a league source told NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora.
The Broncos extended a first-round tender to Marshall this week, which would pay $2.521 million and require any team that signed him to send their first-round pick to Denver.
If the Seahawks sign Marshall to an offer sheet and the Broncos elect not to match, Seattle would owe Denver the No. 6 overall pick in the draft. The Seahawks own two first-round picks, including No. 14, which incidentally they obtained from the Broncos last year.
Of course, the Broncos and Seahawks could work out a trade for lesser compensation to move Marshall, which is a very real possibility.
Keep in mind, the Seahawks lost unrestricted free agent Nate Burleson to the Lions on Friday, creating even more of a need at receiver.