Center Brian Allen
Allen is a good fit for a Seahawks offense that has incorporated some of Sean McVay’s offensive scheme with Shane Waldron as offensive coordinator. Having played for McVay for three full seasons, Allen would have a good understanding of what to expect playing in a similar style of offense.
He was durable this season, only missing one start at center this year. This is important to note because both Ethan Pocic and Kyle Fuller missed more than three games. Allen had a high grade from PFF at center posting a much higher 80.1 grade to Pocic’s 68.0 grade. He also was playing in the final year of his rookie contract making only $920,000, so there is a good chance the Rams will have a tough time re-signing him this off-season.
Allen would be a tremendous fit for the Seahawks center, because he would add stability at the position, and have some prior knowledge of the offensive system. Also, taking one of the better players away from the Rams is always a good thing as well. Allen is more under the radar than most other linemen on this list which means the market might not be as big for him as it is for others. Hopefully, the Seahawks can make a play for him in free agency.