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Candidates: Golden Tate, Deon Butler, and Ben Obomanu.
Last season, Doug Baldwin broke out and went from undrafted free agent, to Seahawk leading receiver. Sydney Rice may have been injured last year, but he will come back this year strong and with the coaching staffs support.
That leaves the third receiver spot up for grabs for several of the young wide outs who haven't had a chance to shine yet.
Deon Butler is the darkhorse candidate for the job, due to the fact that he spent last year mostly on the bench, playing limited time in only five games. But the two years before, he had showed a lot of promise.
Golden Tate may be the player for the position, but he still has work to do. He played in all 16 games last year, but didn't get a lot of production and didn't seem to show any signs of breaking out.
That leaves Ben Obomanu, the front runner right now. He was the leading receiver last year behind Rice and Baldwin. He may not be a star, but he could be a solid option for whoever this year's quarterback is.