The Seattle Seahawks are going to be an interesting team to watch next season, as they are re-shaping their roster this offseason. They fired a bunch of their coaching staff, and then let Legion of Boom member Richard Sherman walk over to division rival San Francisco. If Pete Carroll is going to lead this team to the playoffs, it may be his best work yet, as the NFC West is going to be loaded next season.
On offense, the Seahawks still have one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL in Russell Wilson. The problem is, they paid him too much money, and now the roster is being put together in a cash-crunch. The offensive line in front of him is an absolute joke, and not even the trade deadline acquisition of Duane Brown could help matters when it came to pass protection.
With their top pick on Thursday, the Seahawks should look to bring in offensive tackle Connor Williams from Texas. Williams would have been a first round pick had he been out last year, but the added year at Texas has helped his draft stock even more. He could play on the right side as a rookie in Seattle, giving this poor offensive line a major upgrade heading into next season.