*The Seattle Seahawks are heading into the 2020 offseason with 19 players set to become unrestricted free agents, which should make for another busy spring and summer for Pete Carroll and John Schneider as they look to shore up the roster and contend for the number one seed in the NFC again next year.*
Jaron Brown was a quiet signing just before the 2018 season, and while he only had 19 targets that year he did haul in 14 of them for five touchdowns, an absurdly efficient year that had many of the Seattle brass fired up for him heading into 2019.
Brown took a big step backward, however, only hauling in 16 receptions on 28 targets (a 16 percent drop in catch rate) along with just two touchdowns this season.
Brown completely disappeared down the stretch, often going weeks without getting a single target while the team relied on Josh Gordon, Malik Turner and David Moore instead.
All those factors, plus his age and the emergence of John Ursua, likely mean Brown won’t be back with the Seahawks in 2020.