Here are reactions to Seattle’s signing of J’Marcus Webb and the team’s overall approach to the offensive line this week:
Brady Henderson: The Seahawks paid Webb like a starter, at around $3 million a year.
Bob Condotta: Webb was called a tackle in the Seahawks’ press release, but he could play guard as well.
Rob Rang: The 6-foot-7 Webb is built more for tackle than guard.
Rob Staton: There’s no need to panic about the offensive line. (This is really good.)
John Clayton: The Hawks gave Webb right-guard money so expect him to start there.
Pro Football Talk: Russell Okung is seeking more than $11 million per year.
Over The Cap: The additions of Bradley Sowell and Webb knock the Seahawks down to one 2017 comp pick, for now. That could change if the Hawks lose more players.