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

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Sep 3, 2015; Seattle, WA, USA; Seattle Seahawks quarterback B.J. Daniels (5) rushes against the Oakland Raiders during the fourth quarter at CenturyLink Field. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

(44) BJ Daniels, WR – Easy to root for this guy. All-effort player that will primarily make hay on special teams but can back up at QB, WR, and kick/punt returner. A slightly better Brian Walters, but don’t expect more.

(43) David King, DL – Versatile reserve knows his role and gives 100% effort at all times. All you can ask.

(42) Demarcus Dobbs, DL – See above.

(41) Brock Coyle, MLB – Special teams fixture but a significant downgrade from Bobby Wagner at MLB.

(40) Thomas Rawls, RB – Earned a spot on the team by showing up every day and revealing the ability to do all that is necessary to be a reserve back – run hard, don’t fumble, give max effort in pass pro, DON’T FUMBLE and show enough footwork/shiftiness in tight quarters to pass the eye test. A nice UDFA find with a chance to carve out a role for the length of his contract.

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