After 24 hours on the open market, Jermaine Kearse is returning to Seattle.
Prepared to cash in on his success after graduating from undrafted rookie to 36-game starter, Kearse vowed not to give Seattle a hometown discount.
After initial concerns that Kearse would flee for greener pastures, the Seahawks came through with an offer strong enough to meet his expectations.
This compromise has always made the most sense for both parties.
Not just a physical wide receiver but also a core special teamer, Kearse has more value to theSeahawks than he would playing a minor role as a third or fourth fiddle in another city
By Chris Wesseling
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