This year’s draft for the Seahawks was different from most because they were drafting more for starting players instead of adding depth. With the off-season OTA’s (organized team activities) already having begun, the coaching staff has been able to see how their rookies and free agent signings are fitting in.
Doug Baldwin has always been a big part of the Seahawks offense since he was signed as an undrafted free agent in 2011. Nine seasons later, the Seahawks wide receiver room is going to look drastically different going into 2019. The Seahawks took it upon themselves to prepare for life without Baldwin by drafting three wide receivers in 2019 and even signing a few more as undrafted free agents.