Three things we learned at Combine: Seahawks

1. No Fitzgerald in Seattle: There were rumors that the Seattle Seahawks might be interested in signing wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald if he didn't work out his contract situation with the Arizona Cardinals. That speculation ended Wednesday when Fitzgerald agreed to a new two-year deal with the Cardinals. Fitzgerald and Seattle cornerback Richard Sherman are close friends and would have loved being teammates, but it's not to be.

2. No Harvin decision yet by Jets: The Seahawks are waiting to learn if they will get a fourth-round draft choice or a sixth-rounder from the New York Jets, depending on the decision the Jets make on receiver Percy Harvin. The Seahawks traded Harvin to the Jets last October for a conditional draft choice. If the Jets keep him for 2015, the Seahawks get a fourth-round pick this year. If they don't, it's a sixth-round choice. Jets GM Mike Maccagnan said they haven't decided, but they might try to restructure Harvin's deal to keep him. Harvin is scheduled to make $10.5 million in 2015.

3. University of Minnesota TE will talk to Seahawks: Maxx Williams, regarded as one of the top tight ends in this year's draft, told the Seattle Times that he will meet with Seahawks officials this week as one of 21 teams talking to him at the combine. Williams (6-foot-4, 250 pounds) is viewed as an excellent pass catcher with good speed. He had 36 receptions and eight touchdowns last season, including nine catches of more than 25 yards. He is viewed as a late first round of early second draft pick.