The Seahawks can be specializing in defending their NFC West crown however these in the entrance workplace still have work to do on the personnel facet.
The Seattle Seahawks endured a tumultuous offseason that was outlined by the saga involving franchise quarterback Russell Wilson.
But with no matter grievances Wilson had with the group seemingly put to mattress, no less than for now, the Seahawks can deal with getting ready to defend an NFC West title for which they are going to certainly face a stern problem in the greatest division in soccer.
Indeed, the Los Angeles Rams are the favorites of many to win the West having defeated the Seahawks in the playoffs final season whereas the 2019 NFC Champion (*2*) are anticipated to bounce from an injury-ravaged 2020 and the Arizona Cardinals loom as harmful potential rivals.
Though the purpose of Pete Carroll and his teaching employees can be on greatest getting ready his workforce to face these threats, in the entrance workplace there may be work to do to hold two key items of the roster underneath contract for the long run.
Making solely three choices in the draft, the Seahawks didn’t have the alternative to do a lot to assist their long-term future this offseason, however their short-term prospects can be considerably brighter if they will lock down the companies of two integral items who have been important to Seattle taking again the division crown final 12 months.
And, with coaching camp on the horizon at the finish of the month, there may be doubtless to be stress on John Schneider and Co. to get offers achieved earlier than the begin of the season.
Here we take a look at two key moves the Seahawks should still make earlier than the 2021 marketing campaign kicks off.