Seattle is among the league's deeper teams. It returns every starter on offense, including Marshawn Lynch, the league's No. 3 rusher last season with 1,590 yards, and dual-threat quarterback Russell Wilson, who last season became just the seventh rookie signal-caller to participate in the Pro Bowl. All but two starters return on defense -- tackle Alan Branch and linebacker Leroy Hill -- but the club addressed those areas by drafting tackles Jordan Hill and Jesse Williams and moving end Bruce Irvin to linebacker.
Sounds his current team, which, if it hasn't arrived, is definitely en route.