Fully healthy months after knee surgery, Brown has been proactive communicating with rookies and incoming veterans to help streamline the learning process for a revamped Seattle offensive line once the team returns to the field.
With two returning starters and a promising former second-round pick in Marquise Blair waiting in the wings, safety doesn't appear to be a position of need for the Seahawks. But if an elite talent like Adams is available, John Schneider will certainly investigate.
Coming off a heart-breaking Super Bowl defeat, the Seahawks made an unexpected move bringing in one of the NFL's best matchup nightmares for Russell Wilson. But did the team hurt its chances of returning to the Super Bowl by weakening the offensive line?
After receiving his fifth drug-related suspension from the NFL last December, it remains unclear whether or not Gordon will receive another chance from the league. But if he's allowed to return, Seattle shouldn't shy away from bringing him back.