Will the contract situation of Wilson, Bennett and Irvin end up being a distraction?
The Seahawks are in the rare position of having multiple core players unhappy with their current contracts. It is possible that Bennett does not even show up to training camp. These contract situations if not resolved could not only affect the players, but the team as well, as they will be forced to answer questions throughout camp. It will be important for the Seahawks to just concentrate on football and let the agents and management deal with the contracts.
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How will Jimmy Graham fit into the Seahawks offense?
Graham was apparently putting on quite a show in OTAs and minicamp for his new team. Training camp will be a different ballgame for Graham. Everyone knows what Graham can do catching the ball, but he will be asked to block more than he ever has in his career before. Graham claims it will not be a problem, but until the pads go on and he actually does it well, it will be something worth monitoring in camp.
Who starts at center?
When the Seahawks acquired Jimmy Graham, they traded away their All-Pro center Max Unger. They will have to figure out in training camp who will replace him. It will likely be an open competition between some unproven options. Drew Novak, Lemuel Jeanpierre and Mark Glowinski will all battle it out to help stabilize the Seahawks offensive line.
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Will Marshawn Lynch start to show signs of aging?
Lynch is 29-years old and in running back years that means his career is almost over. Lynch has had a heavy workload the last couple of seasons and it will be interesting to see if his body begins to break down after all the physical play he has endured. The Seahawks have Robert Turbin and Michael Christine backing up Lynch this season and may need to utilize them more in the backfield to help keep Lynch fresh for the entire season.
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Who will step up for the Seahawks at wide receiver?
The Seahawks have a plethora of wide receivers on the roster, but it is unclear if Wilson has one he can rely on when he needs to make that big first down. Doug Baldwin was the best receiver last year, but the Seahawks will have to figure if he can be their go-to guy. They are high on rookie Tyler Lockett and Chris Matthews had a break out game in the Super Bowl, but it still unclear who will step up as the go-to receiver.