- CenturyLink Field
- Head Coach
- Pete Carroll
- Offensive Coordinator
- Brian Schottenheimer
- Defensive Coordinator
- Ken Norton Jr
- Special Teams Coach
- Brian Schneider
- Defensive Scheme
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has been very impressed with rookie wide receiver D.K. Metcalf in offseason practices. "Its great seeing DK [Metcalf] make his plays. I think DK is looking really, really special," Wilson said. "He can do anything and everything and hes tremendous." The second-round pick isn't just a physical specimen at 6-foot-4, 229 pounds with a 4.33-yard 40-yard dash and 40.5-inch vertical jump. Wilson has been impressed with his knowledge of the game as well. Metcalf should be the No. 2 in his rookie season behind Tyler Lockett, and he really has a chance to put up special numbers in Year 1 with Wilson slinging him the football deep.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Jaron Brown is fighting for a role in three-wide sets in his second year in Seattle now that Doug Baldwin has retired. Baldwin and Tyler Lockett combined for most of the offense from the receiver room in 2018. Brown was the eighth most targeted receiver but had 14 catches for 166 yards and a career-high five touchdowns on his 19 targets last year. He told ESPN's John Clayton that he's focusing on yards after the catch this offseason and has bulked up. "I also got a little bit bigger. Im at 220 right now, so I added some more muscle, wanted to get bigger. Might be playing on the outside, might be playing in the slot a little bit, and blocking those big defensive ends, so I wanted to add a little more weight," Brown said. He should be third behind Lockett and rookie D.K. Metcalf, which will make him a deep sleeper worth taking a flier on late in fantasy drafts.
Seattle Seahawks offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer has said good things about tight end Jacob Hollister, who they acquired from the Patriots in the offseason. "The speed element is awesome, really good route-runner. A lot like Tyler in terms of the instincts, just the ability to get open. He has a great feel for coverages, man and zone, things like that He has been a great acquisition, he really has," Schottenheimer said. Seattle also has Nick Vannett, Will Dissly and Ed Dickson at the tight end position, but none of that trio really stands out and there will be plenty of competition this summer. Whoever wins the No. 1 job as a pass-catcher could be a TE2 sleeper in 2019 drafts.
Seattle Seahawks running back Rashaad Penny, the team's first-round pick in 2018, has lost weight this offseason and is feeling great. Penny is also being mentored by Hall of Fame running back and fellow San Diego State alumni Marshall Faulk. The 23-year-old Penny showed signs of being a stud in his rookie season, running 85 times for 419 yards (4.9 average) and two scores. With Chris Carson being very injury-prone, Penny could easily break out if he sees enough touches in his sophomore campaign. Carson is already sitting out offseason practices after offseason surgery, so Penny has been working with the starters. He has true breakout potential in 2019.
Seattle Seahawks offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer has been very impressed with wide receiver Jaron Brown. Jaron Brown, hes not a young guy, but wow, talking about just an unbelievable camp, I mean, really stepping up, Schottenheimer volunteered. Brown had 14 catches for 166 yards and five touchdowns last season and should have a much bigger role this year now that Doug Baldwin has retired. Tyler Lockett and rookie D.K. Metcalf will be the top two receivers, but Brown has an excellent chance to be in three-wide sets and is a sleeper to consider late in drafts.