In an interesting twist, Rapoport notes that Seattle had Price ranked one slot behind Tate in the 2010 draft. However, Tate fell to them at No. 60 and they went with the Notre Dame product instead. Seattle met with Price last night and it’s safe to say the pow-wow went well.
Seattle saw a lot of potential in Price four years ago but he hasn’t been able to realize that so far in his NFL career. After stints with the Patriots and Jaguars, Price has just five career receptions to his name.