The Seattle Seahawks are looking pretty good as we near the 2014 regular season. They're coming off a strong draft and have really filled out their roster well. Weaknesses have been strengthened, and we've seen some rookies step up in the process.
One of the most impressive first-year players has been Justin Britt, who is seemingly playing his way into the starting right tackle position. Britt's nasty attitude as a blocker and ability to pick up the system will be his greatest assets as we inch toward the starting line of the season, and there's a great chance he becomes the "yin" to Russell Okung's "yang."
On the other side of the ball is former UCLA Bruin Cassius Marsh, who has stepped into the spotlight a bit after a good showing at the team's rookie minicamp and now in OTAs.
It will be hard for him to come by many snaps given the depth of the team's defense, but I'm sure Dan Quinn (Seattle's defensive coordinator) will find a good spot for him in its front seven rotation.
While the rookies have been doing well, it's been Doug Baldwin who's stolen the show thus far. He had an OK career before really stepping up last season, but it's becoming more and more clear that Baldwin is a legitimate weapon and will be a huge contributor in 2014 for the Seahawks.
This team is really coming together and is becoming better as an overall unit with each passing day, as we are seeing through these organized team activities.