Maybe the Philadelphia Eagles should send Dillard back to Washington.
Trade proposal: The Philadelphia Eagles send offensive tackle Andre Dillard and a 2023 6th-round draft choice to the Seattle Seahawks, and in exchange, they receive both of Seattle’s 2022 4th-round picks.
There is no one in the National Football League that loves a trade like Howie Roseman, except for maybe the man making the decisions for the Seattle Seahawks organization, their general manager John Schneider.
There are three things you can count on when it comes to the Hawks. They are always in the playoff picture or close to it. Russell Wilson is and has been a huge reason for that, and again, if you missed this the first time, the Hawks and Schneider aren’t shy about making a trade or two at any time if they feel it will make this team better.
For some reason, however, Seattle can never completely seem to figure their questionable issues with the offensive line out. Don’t shoot the messenger, but it is what it is.
With that in mind, if Pete Carroll and company can get the best out of the former Washington State star, he could be worth more than two fourth-round picks. Maybe going home would help Dillard, and get him comfortable enough to produce.