Baltimore Orioles beat reporter tweeted late Tuesday night that the price for Osi Umenyiora may have fallen. It was reported earlier that the Giants didn't want to part ways with Umenyiora, and as a result were asking for a first round draft pick. Now it seems they're willing to go as low as a second rounder, which increases the number of teams interested.
Earlier reports were that the Seahawks might include in a trade John Carlson, due to a redundancy at Tight End after the Zach Miller signing, to try and drop the New York Giant's asking price. If the Giants are lowering their asking price outside of any individual negotiations, it should be even easier for the Hawks to grab the coveted defensive end.
The Seahawks are one of five teams reported to be interested in Umenyiora. The Baltimore Ravens and New England Patriots are reported to be the front runners.
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