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Teams interested in Seahawks WR Braylon Edwards, per report

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The veteran wide receiver may net the Seahawks some value, as he's drawn interest from several other teams as the trade deadline looms.

Norm Hall

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Braylon Edwards has drawn interest as a potential trade target from several teams, according to a report from NFL.com's Ian Rapoport.

Edwards has been a non-factor in Seattle this season, as he has amassed just eight catches for 78 yards and a touchdown in limited duty behind Golden Tate and Sidney Rice. If the Seahawks can get some value for him, they'll likely consider moving the eight-year veteran.

Seattle is 4-4 and ranked third in the NFC West. They are 31st in passing yards per game with a mark of 171.1, as rookie quarterback Russell Wilson has worked to establish a rapport with his wideouts. Edwards has not been a major part of that development, as he has started just one game.

The Seahawks will face the Minnesota Vikings at home on Nov. 4 in an effort to get back into the hunt for the NFC West division title.