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New position, less attention in Shaquem Griffin’s 2nd year

Shaquem Griffin will begin his second training camp with Seattle in a different position. Griffin has moved from weak side linebacker to the strong side, where he will play closer to the line of scrimmage. He’ll be playing the same position he did in college while trying to make a bigger impact for the Seahawks.
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Seahawks offensive line not a major concern for a change

The list of concerns for the Seattle Seahawks as their mandatory team minicamp began Tuesday started with wide receiver and went through to questions about where the pass rush would come from. There is also uncertainly about the tight end position and how the secondary will shake out. Noticeably missing from the list was Seattle’s offensive line, which is a significant turnaround from previous years.
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After Pro Bowl season with Jets, Jason Myers lands back in Seattle

Kicker Jason Myers had Seattle near the top of his destination list after becoming a free agent following a Pro Bowl campaign with the Jets last season. Good thing for Myers that Seattle special teams coordinator Brian Schneider had the kicker as the clear top option for solving the Seahawks’ kicking situation. Myers lost a training camp competition to Sebastian Janikowski in Seattle last season and ended up in New York. Now he’s back but this time there is no competition.
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Without Doug Baldwin, Tyler Lockett takes charge of Seahawks receivers

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett was already going to face heightened expectations coming off a breakout season during which he became Russell Wilson’s favorite target. Then Doug Baldwin was released and Lockett was left with a new role. Lockett showed last season that he was fully recovered from the broken leg he suffered late in the 2016 season, an injury that still affected him in 2017. His 57 receptions came on just 70 targets.
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After uncertainty, K.J. Wright happy to still be in Seattle

At this time a year ago, K.J. Wright was entering a contract year with no certainty he would stay with the only team he’d ever played for. Then he got hurt during preseason. And had a setback, and got to the point of resigning himself to the idea his career with the Seattle Seahawks was over. But Wright is still in Seattle. He’s healthy and taking part in offseason workouts after signing a two-year contract that likely means Wright will play his entire career with one team.