The Seattle Seahawks, led by GM John Schneider and Coach Pete Carroll, are known for making impactful moves during the NFL trade deadline.

Schneider recently executed a trade, acquiring Leonard Williams from the New York Giants in exchange for draft picks.

The Seahawks have a history of successful trade deals that brought in veterans like Duane Brown, Quandre Diggs, and Carlos Dunlap.

These veteran acquisitions have made immediate positive impacts and played multiple seasons with the franchise.

Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner appreciates the organization's commitment to constantly improving the team.

The aggressive approach is seen as a positive sign of their commitment to winning, even when the team is performing well.

This approach is in contrast to some other professional sports franchises in the Pacific Northwest, such as the Seattle Mariners.

The Mariners chose not to make significant additions before the MLB trade deadline, missing the playoffs by two games.

The difference in mindset between these franchises is attributed to the support and philosophy of Seahawks' owner, Jody Allen.

She allows Schneider and Carroll to make decisions and build the roster as they see fit while still offering input on major choices.