Seahawks solidify RB position 

March, 28, 2006
The Seahawks always wanted to bring back running back Maurice Morris as Shaun Alexander's backup, but they were willing to let him test the market. When Morris didn't find any starting opportunities, he came back to the Seahawks and accepted a three-year deal. Now, the Seahawks have the Alexander-Morris tandem for at least three more seasons and don't have to worry about using a draft choice to get a young running back.

Harrington scheduling trips: With the Lions giving other teams permission to see him, Joey Harrington is starting to schedule trips. The first stop for Harrington will be Wednesday with the Dolphins. The Seahawks and Chiefs are among several other teams interested in Harrington. The Lions want to get draft choice compensation, but team president Matt Millen isn't specific on the choice he wants in return.