Seahawks running backs (5)
Kenneth Walker III, Zach Charbonnet, DeeJay Dallas, Kenny McIntosh, Nick Bellore
The only thing that might hold this up is if McIntosh is fully ready to go by Week 1 after suffering a knee injury in training camp. Otherwise, it will be nice to finally see Walker again. He didn't play at all in the preseason (nor should he have as there was no reason to risk him to injury) and should be more explosive in 2023 than in 2022 after having a year of experience.
Charbonnet looks OK. He didn't do much in preseason Week 3 but then he had backup blockers in front of him while going up against the Packers starters. He certainly doesn't look ready to be RB1, though. Meanwhile, Dallas appears to be his normally solid self and can take a few reps at RB1 if injuries happen in front of him.
Seahawks wide receivers (5)
DK Metcalf, Tyler Lockett, Jaxon Smith-Njigba, Jake Bobo, Winston Easop, Jr.
I honestly have no idea what to expect with WR5 or potentially WR6. The first four guys listed are probably locks. Bobo not making the roster might set off a small revolt in Seattle. Plus, he's earned it. He has a knack for finding open spaces and catches what is thrown his way. He also will likely be WR3 in at least Week 1 if not Week 2 as well.
Easop hasn't ever caught on in the NFL but he's had a solid preseason. He missed preseason Week 2 with an injury but bounced back for 3 catches and 74 yards against Green Bay. He also got deep once, even if it was against a backup. Dareke Young's injury worries me and he might be out for a while and could land on IR.