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.