Seahawks are known to add a dynamic threat to the receiver

Seattle Seahawks helmet sideline before a pre-season game against the Los Angeles Chargers at Dignity Health Sports Park on August 24, 2019 in Carson, California.
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The Seattle Seahawks has an impressive wide receiver pairing featuring DK Metcalfe and Tyler Locket.

Last season, Lockett finished with 1,175 yards and eight touchdowns.

Meanwhile, Metcalfe had 967 yards and 12 touchdowns.

Those are impressive numbers, as then-quarterback Russell Wilson had to deal with constant pressure from the defense due to their flawed offensive line.

Lockett and Metcalfe return to their emerging run, providing a perfect contrast with Rashad Penny.

These three players will be in charge of Seattle to make points on the board.

However, Seahawks added more firepower to their passing game by adding an experienced wideout.

Athletics’ Michael-Shawn Dugar tweeted, “The Seahawks will fill their open roster spot with WR Marquis Goodwin, I’ve been told. Goodwin, 31, will add speed to the room. A vertical threat at a time when Pitt wants to turn it deeply with anyone playing QB. Goodwin had 20 catches in 313 yards last season and 1 TD with the Bears. “

Goodwin is a ten-year veteran who played for four teams before joining the Seahawks.

He was drafted by the Buffalo Bills in 2013 and has also played for the San Francisco 49ers, the Philadelphia Eagles and the Chicago Bears.

Last season, he played 14 games for the Bears, finishing with 313 yards and a touchdown.

His best season came in 2017 when he had 962 yards and two touchdowns for the 49ers.

Who will be the quarterback of Seattle?

Although Goodwin is an additional target that could expand the field, it is still uncertain who will give him the ball, the locket and the metcalf.

Seahawks got Drew Lock from a trade that sent Wilson to the Denver Broncos.

He could be the starter of the team, unless Zeno Smith proves himself to be the best option.

Jacob Ison could also make a point in the competition for the opening role.

Seattle should set their depth chart under the center to give the starter more time to mingle with its receiver.

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