Neil Hornsby grades the starting lineup.
With incumbent DeShawn Shead recovering from a torn ACL, the Seahawks may require their third round picks services opposite Richard Sherman.
The Seattle tight end is playing on the last year of his contract in 2017, and might get franchise-tagged for the next season.
The lineman played only four games for Jacksonville in 2016 before joining Seattle in free agency, but is recovering.
Both starting safeties for the Seattle Seahawks are expected to be ready to go by the start of training camp. Are they the league's best ...
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Earl Thomas being only above average is absolutely insane. He was named first team all pro last season. That doesn’t happen by being above average.
Earl Thomas is maybe the best safety in the NFL. I’d also argue that Red Bryant is above average.
Try watching a few Seahawks games before you grade these players.
Neil had a tough time with the Seahawk starter evaluations. I think his dog died that week.
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