If you’re an NFL wide receiver without a distinguished pedigree, there is one destination that is eager to see what you can do. High draft pick? Pro Bowls? The Seattle Seahawks don’t really require it from their wide receivers and tight ends. Will that change this offseason?
It’s a question worth asking as NFL general managers and their scouting staffs go about restocking their cupboards for the 2015 campaign. The Seahawks have a few roster holes to fill. It’s shopping season — But here’s good news for the 12s: the Seahawks got a jump start on 2015 before the 2014 season came to its gut-wrenching conclusion.