The Seattle Seahawks are lucky to have maintained the large majority of their 22 starters from last season, which will be a big help to them as they chase their second straight championship.
There isn't much that will change when it comes to their starting depth chart, though there will be a big change at the wide receiver position.
They lost Golden Tate to the Detroit Lions in free agency but do have a few pretty solid options to make up for the loss. Doug Baldwin is the leading candidate to be one of the team's starting receivers after helping them in a big way towards the end of the 2013 season.
Sidney Rice will also nab a high spot on the depth chart if he remains healthy—he's one of the best in the league when he's 100 percent.
Percy Harvin is another X-factor that will contend for one of the top receiver spots, but his best fit isn't on the sideline—it's in the slot. He's more of an offensive weapon than a receiver, so Harvin will likely be shifted across a few positions but starting at none.
Outside of the receiving group, Seattle's depth chart will largely look the same as it did last year. There's a lot of talent on this team and the majority of it belongs to young men who will play for much longer and help the team reach new peaks. They're in a great position moving forward, and they're only getting better.