Tackle Orlando Brown
Brown has been an absolute gem for the Kansas City Chiefs on the offensive line this year, providing a solution to the Chiefs blocking woes last season. Another tackle, who is a little less injury-prone than Armstead, Brown started in all but one game this season, eight more games than Armstead started.
The only issue for him is understanding his impact blocking in the run game, as he is more accustomed to pass blocking in the Chiefs pass-heavy offense. He has been successful at pass blocking, but the Seahawks should look at some of his game film with the Ravens to see how he works in the run game.
Every team with cap space that needs an offensive lineman will likely be trying to sign Brown, including his current team the Kansas City Chiefs. He is one of the best free-agent offensive linemen of this class and will likely be expecting a big payday this off-season.
Currently, Brown is making just $3.3 million this year, and he likely will see his market value quadruple this offseason. For a Seahawks organization that rarely spends big money on free agent offensive linemen, hopefully, the Seahawks could make an exception for Brown who could fill a big void at the position.