Defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson spent the 2017 season with the Seattle Seahawks, arriving there via a preseason trade with the New York Jets where he played during his first four years in the NFL.
Coming off a season that landed the Seattle Seahawks on their couch for the playoffs for the first time in years, there are a lot of position changes that need to be looked at. With several changes to come on both offense and defense, the Seattle Seahawks need to upgrade at pass-catcher.
The Seattle Seahawks running back position has been a continuous trial and error for the past few years with several running backs attempting to prove their worth. But despite some promising performances, no one has been able to snag the starting job just yet. Below we address the Seattle Seahawks running back need.
This season was an eye-opener for the Seattle Seahawks after they finished with a record of 9-7 and missed the playoffs for the first time six years. They hired Brian Schottenheimer, Ken Norton Jr., and Mike Solari, respectively. Below we analyze what the Seattle Seahawks coaching changes mean.
Starting running back changes are coming to the NFL. The current state of a number of contracts and the influx of talent from the college level have created a sort of perfect storm for change. Last time the AFC West was the focal point. Now it's time to turn our attention to the NFC West