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Post-NFL Draft Seahawks 53-Man Roster Projection: Offense

Heading towards the start of organized team activities, reporter Corbin Smith dishes out early projections for which offensive players will be on Seattle's 53-man roster when September rolls around.

With the 2022 NFL Draft and the subsequent rookie minicamp in the books, the Seahawks have a full 90-man roster heading towards organized team activities and next month's mandatory minicamp.

As the offseason slows to a crawl in the aftermath of the draft, while general manager John Schneider always has his eyes out looking for ways to improve his team and there will undoubtedly be a few transactions along the way, Seattle likely won't make any other significant additions before the start of training camp in July. Keeping that in mind, it's never too early to begin breaking down the roster and projecting which 53 players will suit up when Week 1 arrives in September.

Starting on the offensive side of the football, who will make the Seahawks final roster out of camp? Here's a breakdown of each position group divided into four categories: Locks, last player in, first player out, and wild card to watch.

Rashaad Penny
Tyler Lockett
Noah Fant
Charles Cross
Jason Myers

Locks: Jason Myers, Michael Dickson, Tyler Ott

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While many speculated Seattle could bring in a kicker to compete against Myers or even move on from the veteran to save cap space following a disappointing 2021 season, neither came to fruition this offseason. As has been the case for the past three years, there won't be any camp battles taking place in the kicking and punting sector with Myers, Dickson, and Ott holding down the fort. Change could be coming down the road, however, with Myers and Ott both entering the final seasons of their respective contracts.