It's a good signing for the Seahawks but it puts a dagger in the hearts of Will Dissly and Jacob Hollister owners, though Hollister is a restricted free agent and may not return to the team. The signing gives Olsen the best shot of seeing a deep playoff run in what will likely be his last year as a professional. In 2019, Olsen played 14 games and amassed a 52/82/2 line, though the Panthers struggled with quarterback consistency throughout the year. Olsen, soon to be 35, has plenty of dynamic left and should remain an upside TE2 in 2020 as long as he remains off the trainer's table. He's found as DLF's TE33 and only has value for competing dynasty teams.