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Percy Harvin (11)
Rather than risk drafting a first-round bust, the Seahawks instead acquired Percy Harvin through a trade with the Vikings. When healthy, Harvin has been great. If he can remain on the field for a full season, 1,000 yards should be easy to obtain.
Sidney Rice (18)
Sidney Rice was solid for the Seahawks last season, managing 748 yards and seven touchdowns. While he and Golden Tate are evenly matched, Rice has the advantage of having played with Harvin at Minnesota, making him more likely to grab the second wide receiver job.
Golden Tate (81)
Golden Tate is perhaps best remembered for catching the touchdown pass in the replacement referee game against the Green Bay Packers, but he had a nice season with 688 receiving yards. He will certainly make the team, but to keep a starting role he will have to outperform Sidney Rice and show why he was a second-round draft pick.
Doug Baldwin (89)
It's great seeing an undrafted free agent make his mark, which is what Doug Baldwin has done. He is entering his third season and has over 1,100 yards to his credit. He's a reliable target, and having him on the depth chart helps the Seahawks, especially since he performed much better with the returning Tarvaris Jackson at quarterback.
Chris Harper (17)
Chris Harper was the team's fourth-round pick in this year's draft. The Seahawks don't have to keep him around, but he will likely make the team as a depth piece. Still, he has to show up in training camp and make his presence known, especially with how many wide receivers the Seahawks have on the roster.
Jermaine Kearse (15)
Jermaine Kearse made the team last year during the second half of the season and played sparingly, totaling three catches. He is a dark horse to make the team this year, and will be worth watching in training camp. Getting laser eye surgery in February should help his chances as well if sight was an issue with him last year.
Stephen Williams (83)
Stephen Williams spent three years with the Arizona Cardinals, mainly on the practice squad before signing with Seattle this offseason. He had nine receptions and 101 yards in 2010, but none since. He has an advantage with his 6'5" height, as Russell Wilson could use a taller player to throw to.
Brett Swain (16)
Brett Swain is on his final chance in the NFL, having seen bits and pieces of playing time since 2008 and having not played this past season. Seven receptions since being drafted in 2008 means he has to show more than just staying power this time through.
Bryan Walters (19)
Bryan Walters has three receptions to his credit since joining the NFL in 2010. He served on the practice squad last year and will be looking to actually get some playing time this year. Like Harvin and Rice, he spent time with the Vikings, though that was only during last year's training camp.
Phil Bates (13)
Phil Bates was an undrafted free agent who signed last season with the Seahawks. He saw no playing time, but has another season to make his mark in training camp.
Arceto Clark (14), Greg Hurd (2), Justin Veltung (6)
These three are all undrafted free agents signed weeks after the draft ended. They will likely be competing for spots on the practice squad unless they have incredible performances at training camp.