Seattle Seahawks: The Roster, Ranked (#54-#35)

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Sep 3, 2015; Seattle, WA, USA; Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson (3) takes the snap from center Drew Nowak (62) during the preseason game against the Oakland Raiders at CenturyLink Field. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

(49) Mark Glowinski, G – Maybe the closest of the rookie draft picks to get game action on the O-line. Could develop into a solid guard, and that’s all this team needs from that spot.  Could be used as leverage for the team when it discusses re-signing Sweezy after this year.

(48) Ty Smith, CB – Has a long way to go in all facets of CB play. Preseason action revealed lack of strength in fighting through blocks to stop ball carriers which yielded big gains, not to mention the steep learning curve for pass coverage. Seems willing to learn and is incrementally improving, however.

(47) Deshawn Shead, DB – The team loves his ability to play all over the secondary if needed but he struggles when the lights are on. Better kept strictly on special teams.

(46) Will Tukuafu, FB – He’s a street sweeper with a helmet. Bludgeoning lead blocker can also play on the D-line if needed. A throwback. Not a throwback player, a throwback human.

(45) Drew Nowak, C – The hope is by the end of the year, with significant game experience under his belt, he moves way up this list. Solidifying this position is paramount for the offense and the team thinks he just might be the answer.  Will be tested right out of the gate in St L.

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