RENTON, Wash. (AP) — There is little doubt that wide receiver Kasen Williams has boosted himself more than anyone else so far during the Seattle Seahawks' camp. Whether it's been his acrobatic receptions or his effort on special teams, Williams has inserted himself into the competition for one of the coveted spots in Seattle's wide receiver rotation. Yet, it still may not be enough to make the final 53-man roster, which speaks to the depth the Seahawks feel they have at wide receiver. This makes Friday's third preseason game against Kansas City exceptionally important for Williams.