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March 11, 2014 at 9:50 AM

Poll: Which free agent do you most want the Seahawks to keep?

Are y0u ready for free agency frenzy?

If you are an overall follower of the NFL, then buckle up as it could get interesting today.

Hard to read yet, though, how active the Seahawks will be. They haven’t been considered huge players for too many big-ticket guys. Their stated goal — as well as the expectation around the league — is mostly to lock up as many of their own guys as they can, while also setting the stage for needed extensions the next few years.

The Seahawks got a big one out of the way yesterday with the re-signing of Michael Bennett. TE Anthony McCoy is also expected to sign soon, likely today, when his old contract technically runs out.

Seattle has 13 other players who officially become free agents and can begin signing with other teams at 1 p.m. Pacific time.

Inevitably, they won’t all be back as the Seahawks attempt to keep their salary cap in line.

And for now, I’ve decided to let you tell me which one you most want the Seahawks to keep:

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