Needs: WR, TE, DL, RT
Golden Tate is gone, and while Doug Baldwin is almost certain to be back, Seattle could use a big target to line up with he, Percy Harvin and Jermaine Kearse. Sidney Rice has been re-signed but there’s no guarantee he’ll even be a real help on offense given his injury history. Receiver and tight end should be the focus with the 32nd pick in the first round, since Russell Wilson needs as many weapons as possible.
The Seahawks also lost a significant amount of talent along the defensive line (Clinton McDonald, Red Bryant, Chris Clemons), so adding bodies there will be important. They also don’t really have a great option at right tackle, so that is something to look for as well. Whatever they do, I think we all know not to question Pete Carroll’s ability to find and develop talent.
No. 45 – Paul Richardson, WR, Colorado
No. 64 – Justin Britt, OT, Missouri
Updated needs: TE, DL