The Seattle Seahawks Offseason
Best move of the Offseason: Resigning Bobby Wagner
Bobby Wagner and the Seattle Seahawks finally made up after contractual disputing last offseason and as the Seahawks showed last season that they can rebuild the Legion of Boom with the selection of Tariq Woolen and Coby Bryant who put together an exceptional rookie campaign which catapulted them into the playoffs. However resigning Bobby Wagner is a phenomenal move for this team as he's still a great player currently in the NFL and he's also a tremendous leader on the field with obvious experience and success with Pete Carroll's defense.
The Top Draft Target(S)
#5 Jalen Carter (DT) University of Georgia
The Seattle Seahawks need a premier defensive tackle at some point and after being a carousel of good rotational lineman, getting a more substantial player in the interior should be the priority at the top of the draft. Jalen Carter has been regarded as a Top 2 talent in the draft since the beginning of last season and character concerns have never seemed to be an issue for Pete Carroll's players analysis come draft day. Carter would benefit from playing under Carroll's tutelage and would be an absolute steal at #5 if he is somehow available.
#20 Hendon Hooker (QB) University of Tennessee
The Hendon Hooker saga should come to an end in Seattle in Round 1 with the selection of Hendon Hooker. He could very well be available later but why draft him late and retain him for potentially five years at you discretion. Hooker was a potential Top 10 pick early in the 2022 season but a torn ACL shutdown his stellar Heisman campaign and allowing him to heal and develop behind Geno Smith would be a tremendous move and set this team up for potential future success.