Long-time Seahawk Bobby Engram has signed with Kansas City, and he leaves town as the 4th biggest accumulator of receiving yards in Seattle history. Engram's career high point was 2007, where he snagged 94 catches (far more than the great Steve Largent ever pulled down in a single season). The low point, of course, was dropping the game-tying touchdown against the Rams in the 2004 Wild Card playoff.
Engram was also a key contributor on the 2005 NFC Championship team, and as you all know, had a knack for making key 3rd down receptions to keep drives alive. He'll be missed by the fans, but hopefully not on the field, given the acquisition of T.J. and the possible addition of Michael Crabtree in the draft.
The big question: Does Housh swipe #84 now?