Seahawks: 10 most important questions to be answered in 2020
10. Who will be the third option at receiver?
I discussed this more in-depth when I made my Seahawks Position Preview for wide receivers, but Pete Carroll and the front office have a decision to make in terms of the wide receivers. Its either leave it how it is right now and have Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf as WR1 and 2, with David Moore and Phillip Dorsett right behind them, or you go out and add Antonio Brown or Josh Gordon.
There is an abundance of articles detailing bringing back Josh Gordon or signing AB on 12th Man Rising for you to check out, but most Seahawks fans agree: The Seahawks do not have three good options at wide receiver right now.
Seattle probably does not have the cap space to sign Antonio Brown unless some things get moved around, but they definitely do have enough to bring back Josh Gordon. However, we are still waiting for the results of Josh Gordon’s potential reinstatement after he was suspended indefinitely last year.
Aside from Brown, Gordon, Moore, and Dorsett, other options for WR3 are all of the rookies and John Ursua. Maybe one of them could have a breakout season and have an immediate impact in their rookie year, or Ursua gets the playtime everyone has been clamoring for and gets a role backing up Lockett or Dorsett in the slot.