The 2013 NFL draft is officially over. A total of 254 picks have been made, but certain teams around the National Football League are going to have to plug and fill holes with veteran free-agent additions.
Seattle is no different.
It was able to fill a couple of holes during the draft after shoring up other areas of perceived weakness in both free agency and on the trade market.
As you would expect, John Schneider and Co. are going to scour through the undrafted free-agent market as well as the bargain-bin veteran free-agent market.
Let's take a gander at some areas of concern that Seattle could target between now and the start of the season.