The Seattle Seahawks are in a good spot as we head into the meat of the offseason, but they do have some things to work out before they're 100 percent ready for the 2014 season. There aren't any major holes in their roster, but they have some fixing to do in-house.
It's not that they need to add many players, but Seattle needs to figure out what their depth chart is going to look like at wide receiver and on the offensive line. They have a lot of talent in their wide receiver group, but no clear No. 1 receiver.
Of course Percy Harvin and Sidney Rice have the potential to be that guy, but their health issues do leave a lingering sense of doubt around them.
That being said, Doug Baldwin stepped up big time for the Seahawks last season, and he may be the best option as their No. 1 receiver.
I've written before that he's set up for a big year in 2014, and I believe he could take over—and perform well—as the team's No. 1 receiver.
Obviously the receiver depth chart isn't the only one they need to spend some time defining, but it's the most important one at this point.