Seattle Seahawks Poll: What Is The Top Draft Priority?


Feb 5, 2014; Seattle, WA, USA; Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Sidney Rice (18, second from left) films the crowd during a Super Bowl championship parade held in downtown Seattle. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

The Seattle Seahawks shouldn’t get greedy, right? After all, the franchise finally won their first Super Bowl in convincing fashion over the Denver Broncos. Can’t we just bask in the glory?

Nope. Time to get back to work. Soon there will be athletes performing feats of incredible athletic ability at the combine. Then, teams and analysts will be making endless lists in preparation for the draft. After that it will be camps, and before you know it we will be in preseason again.

Oh, how the time flies. Let the title defense begin.

On paper, the Seahawks are in great shape going into next season. There is depth on both sides of the ball, and there are few areas that could truthfully be described as weaknesses.

That said, there are areas that must be addressed. A few players might be lost in free agency. A few others might be cut for salary consideration.

For example…

Should the Seahawks look for a replacement for Sidney Rice, assuming his high salary is cut from the budget?

Does the same go for Zach Miller?

Sticking with receivers, do the Seahawks have to prepare for the possibility that Golden Tate will leave the team after getting an offer he can’t refuse?

What about the offensive line? Could the Seahawks seek out a replacement for someone like Breno Giacomini? Or

On the defensive side of the ball, will the Seahawks need a pass-rusher if Chris Clemons becomes a cap casualty?

Time for you to sound off and answer this poll:

Share your thoughts on your reasoning, and enjoy the draft.

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