Seattle Seahawks’ Combine Preview: It’s All on the Line

February 25, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With the NFL Combine starting today, the Seahawks figure to be looking at linemen, linemen, and…more linemen, plus most of the various sorts of backs: running, defensive, quarter.
Everyone knows the Seahawks’ biggest need is a new left tackle to replace the venerable Walter Jones. If they don’t acquire a good left tackle in free agency, they absolutely must use one of their two first-round picks to select one. With that in mind, they figure to be taking a close look at the “big uglies.”
It’s a deep draft for tackles, but the Seahawks need to get one who can start immediately. Their best options for that would seem to be Oklahoma State’s Russell Okung or Iowa’s Bryan Bulaga.
The Hawks also need a pass rusher. Derrick Morgan of Georgia Tech leads that pack and might be the best option behind Okung for the Hawks’ No. 6 pick. Of course, the presence of stud safety Eric Berry of Tennessee could complicate that choice, tempting the Haw...

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