Seahawks could be inching closer toward a T.O. run Posted by Mike Florio on June 24, 2010 3:55 PM ET In March, the Seattle Seahawks brought in then-Broncos restricted free agent receiver Brandon Marshall for a visit. Nothing ever materialized. Now, Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports that, as suspected, the Seahawks are the team that called to inquire regarding the availability of Chargers restricted free agent receiver Vincent Jackson, before being politely told to piss off. In both cases, the targeted receiver would have commanded significant trade compensation and expensive long-term deals. So if the Seahawks are looking to boost their corps of pass-catchers, at some point it will make sense to obtain a guy who'll cost nothing in draft picks -- and far less in guaranteed money. We're referring, of course, to Terrell Owens. If the Seahawks want to upgrade and if the guys who are the property of other teams aren't available, it's a no-brainer to pursue T.O., at some point. Though Owens likely would prefer to play for a team that's more likely to contend, he's not exactly in a position to be choosy.