Seattle Seahawks: Full Position Breakdown and Depth Chart at Wide Receiver

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Seattle Seahawks: Full Position Breakdown and Depth Chart at Wide Receiver
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The Seattle Seahawks took a big loss at receiver when Golden Tate took his talents to the Detroit Lions but have since made up for the hole he left behind. They added some new talent in the draft with Colorado's Paul Richardson in the second round and Alabama's Kevin Norwood in the fourth.

Both receivers have good ability and can surely be contributors, but they may not get as many opportunities to strut their stuff if Percy Harvin and Sidney Rice can stay healthy—though that'd be a good problem to have.

Harvin and Rice's injury history is well-known at this point, but what's also known is that they are two of the best in the league at their position. If they can remain healthy, they'll surely put big numbers on the board.

Who could forget about Doug Baldwin, the team's most impressive receiver from 2013? Baldwin showed a lot of good stuff last season and has likely played his way into being the team's top receiver.

He has the ability to deliver big time for Seattle and will do so in a maximized role. Overall, this is a strong group of guys that are all set up to have a nice year in 2014. 

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