Two-time Pro Bowl WR Brandon Marshall has arrived in Seattle, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.
Marshall, a restricted free agent with the Broncos, is visiting with Seahawks officials as the team evaluates whether or not to make a trade offer for him. Marshall will spend the night in Seattle and continue his visit there Sunday.
Signing Marshall to an offer sheet is a less likely option for the Seahawks. If the Broncos elect not to match it, 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.