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The Seahawks have recently added a new player to their roster, Laviska Shenault, who may be able to help in the return game. Shenault, a former second-round pick for the Jaguars in 2020, has experience as a kick returner and could bring valuable asset to the team. In his last two seasons, he averaged 27.7 yards per return on nine attempts and had six returns in eight games last season alone.

With the new kick return rule being passed, Shenault’s value may see an increase with the Seahawks. Although he has shown promise as a receiver, catching 121 passes for 1,219 yards with five touchdowns in his first two seasons, his production decreased during his time with the Panthers. In the last two years, Shenault only had 37 catches for 332 yards with one touchdown.

Seattle’s decision to sign Shenault indicates their interest in strengthening their special teams and adding versatility to their roster. His experience as a kick returner and potential as a receiver could make him a valuable asset for the team moving forward.

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