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Hoping to carve out a bigger role in his second season with the team, unrestricted free agent wide receiver Peter Warrick has agreed to return to the Seattle Seahawks on a one-year contract extension, ESPN.com has confirmed. The one-year deal is worth $1 million.

Warrick, 28, signed with the Seahawks last summer, after the Cincinnati Bengals released him, but he played sparingly for the NFC champions, catching just 11 passes for 180 yards and seeing some duty as a punt returner. Although the Seattle wide receiver depth chart remains crowded, the departure of veteran Joe Jurevicius to Cleveland in free agency has thinned the ranks a bit, and Warrick is confident that he can contribute more in his second season with the club, and with a better comfort zone in the offense.

The former Florida State star, the fourth overall player selected in the 2000 draft, has played in 79 games and started 60 of them. He has 275 catches for 2,991 yards and 18 touchdowns. His best season came with the Bengals, in 2003, when he posted 79 receptions for 819 yards.

-- Len Pasquarelli


There goes that idea that lots of people had!


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