The Seattle Seahawks went 11-5 last year and secured their first winning season since 2007. They have an offense that should only get better as Russell Wilson grows, and their defense is among the most feared in the league.
If teams did not take the Seahawks seriously before, they do now. As a result, the Seahawks in 2013 are going to have a target on their back.
Seattle is a team that could very well make it to the Super Bowl this year, and the next step in that march is finalizing the roster in training camp.
They have several new faces on both sides of the ball and more than one player making a position change on defense. Can those players make a successful transition to their new roles?
That is among a handful of burning questions the Seahawks will have when they open training camp on July 25.