With training camp starting in one week, let’s look at some pre-camp player reports:
Justin Britt’s switch to center is one of the major camp stories to watch.
Pete Carroll reminds us why the Seahawks think J’Marcus Webb will succeed with them.
Can Thomas Rawls take over for Marshawn Lynch — even if he doesn’t play in the preseason?
John Clayton projects Rawls to get 16-17 carries a game, with the other backs getting six or seven.
Christine Michael — among those trying to replace Lynch — admits, “I was just being a young guy, just being a knucklehead.”
Like last year, all eyes will be on Jimmy Graham — from camp through the season.
Beyond Graham, the Seahawks are stacked at tight end.
Jermaine Kearse, also coming off his best season, must now prove he is worth the contract the Seahawks gave him. He and Tyler Lockett remain big keys to the passing attack.
Meanwhile, Field Gulls reminds you not to forget about Paul Richardson.
Trevone Boykin, Frank Clark and Nick Vannett lead the Seahawks with the most to gain, per SeattlePI.com.
Seahawks.com looks at Boykin’s shot to be the backup QB.
The only starting position open on defense is strongside linebacker.
How will Jeremy Lane respond after getting a big pay day?
Ahtyba Rubin and Jarran Reed loom large in the middle of the NFL’s No. 1 rush defense.
Seahawks.com looks at the entire defensive line, which features nine new players.
Field Gulls examines the underrated Cliff Avril.
K.J. Wright is coming off his best season. Can he keep it up?
The 2015 Seattle offense was much better on passing plays that did not involve play action.