Seattle Seahawks 53-man roster prediction before training camp

An early guess at who is on the Seahawks roster when Week 1 comes around.
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Seahawks tight ends (3)

Noah Fant, Will Dissly, Colby Parkinson

The same core group of tight ends from 2022 returns this year and that is a very good thing. Parkinson has gotten a bit better each year and he has quality hands. He also isn't an awful blocker. Due to his speed, if he were on a team that used their tight ends more than Seattle does he could be a 50 catch guy.

Fant is due for a monster year and this could be the season that happens. He is the final year of his rookie contract and will want to prove to whichever he signs with next, and he still could come back to Seattle in 2024, that he can be a top-level TE as far as production. Dissly is the anchor of this group with the most well-rounded game.

Seahawks offensive line (9)

Charles Cross, Damien Lewis, Olu Oluwatimi, Phil Haynes, Abraham Lucas, Evan Brown, Jake Curhan, Phil Haynes, Stone Forsythe, Anthony Bradford

The first five players listed here are who I think will start on Seattle's offensive line this year. I think Oluwatimi beats out Evan Brown for the starting gig at center, but that only makes the unit more versatile. Brown was solid at center for the Detroit Lions in 2021, and pretty decent at right guard in 2022, so he can play either spot, as needed.

Bradford might also overtake Haynes to start at right guard by midseason. Otherwise, the line should be good if Cross and Lucas take another step in year two toward being excellent. Lewis is one of the better left guards in the league and certainly one of the most underrated.