The Seattle Seahawks have yet to decide whether or not they are going to bring back edge rusher Jadeveon Clowney, although signs are starting to point that way. Clowney was brought in prior to the 2019 NFL season to give this team some stability on the edges, and while he did a nice job, is he really worth his $20 million price tag?
Seattle made it all the way to the Divisional Round last season, which was quite the accomplishment as they were not expected to be a playoff team. Russell Wilson is one of the best quarterbacks in the league, and they have done a nice job bringing in talent around him already this offseason.
When it comes to the draft, the Seahawks may be in the market for an edge rusher, especially if they cannot get Clowney under contract. That means they could add Yetur Gross-Matos from Penn State with this pick, as he has that uncanny ability to get after the quarterback, and should be a double-digit sack guy at the NFL level.
The Baltimore Ravens have added talent on the offensive side of the ball this offseason, and there is still some issues they have to take care of on defense. Since C.J. Mosley was lost to the New York Jets via free agency last offseason, they have been trying to figure out the middle of their linebacker group, and they get a good one here.
Patrick Queen from LSU is regarded as the second-best pure linebacker in this draft class, and he would be an outstanding addition to this Ravens defense. He has the size, and speed to play sideline to sideline, and this Ravens defense had their holes this past season that he can help fill.
Lamar Jackson is one of the better quarterbacks in the league, and he is only going to get better from here. That is saying a lot since he won the NFL Most Valuable Player award last season, and if he is even as close to as good as he was last year, they have added the pieces they need to once again take home the top seed in the AFC.