The Seattle Seahawks have done a good job of keeping their championship-winning roster intact since the conclusion of last season, and they added some good pieces to it in this past weekend's draft.
The most important name on their list of draftees is Justin Britt, a former left tackle for Missouri who will fit in nicely as Seattle's new right tackle. He's a mammoth blocker that stands at 6'6" and weighs 325 pounds, and is the ornery type of lineman that will do well in Tom Cable's scheme.
Paul Richardson is another draft selection that will likely pay dividends before long, largely because of his speed. He's not particularly big, but his body type and athleticism is reminiscent of—ironically—former Seahawks receiver Golden Tate.
These two head an overall solid draft class that will help fill out the roster of Seattle and make them better as a team. There will be some shifting done all over their depth chart, but it looks like the Seahawks won't be missing a beat when opening day rolls around.