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Regardless of who is starting at quarterback come September, will he have enough quality targets to throw towards?
Depending on your point of view, either the 'Hawks have little to worry about or have plenty to worry about at wide receiver.
Currently, the team boasts an endless list of players to choose from who can play the position, yet is anyone certain who will be in the lineup opening day?
The only relatively sure thing going into this season is Doug Baldwin. Can last year's feel-good story of the season duplicate and possibly build upon his rookie performance?
What about Golden Tate? We saw flashes of talent late in the season against Philadelphia, but nothing sustainable. Is he poised to finally have a breakthrough?
What about the two players who, going into last season, should have been starting?
Will Mike Williams rebound after a disappointing 2011?
Will Sidney Rice stay healthy for the better part of the season? If so, can he play at a Pro Bowl level?
What's funny is that we're only halfway through the potential options, including Ben Obomanu, Ricardo Lockette, Deon Butler, Kris Durham, Charly Martin and free-agent rookies Jermaine Kearse, Lavasier Tuinei and Phil Bates.
Am I forgetting anyone? Probably...
Once again, you can see this as either a positive or negative. Pete Carroll is going to have everyone on edge here trying to make the roster, hence making camp entertaining. At the same times, does quantity equate to quality?
One would hope the 'Hawks can fill out the lineup with top notch receivers, but I'm not 100 percent sold on this crew given either their lack of experience, injury history or, in some cases, both.