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Unlike the rest of the Seahawks offense, the offensive line did undergo a bit of a change. All-Pros Russell Okung and Max Unger return to anchor the line, but what of the rest of the unit?
Right guard J.R. Sweezy solidified himself as a starter last season, but the other two positions have new members. Justin Britt at right tackle was the team's second-round pick, and it remains to be seen how he will perform in the NFL.
Luckily, Britt has veteran free-agent tackle Eric Winston to mentor him, so no matter which of the two players start, the Seahawks should be fine at that position.
Left guard is the more concerning spot. James Carpenter hasn't shown much since being a first-round pick in 2011, but if there's any year for him to do so, it's this year.
If all five can work together and form a cohesive unit, then this could be a fantastic offensive line, one which can run roughshod over defenses. Should the new acquisitions and younger talent struggle, it could be a tough year for quarterback Russell Wilson.