RENTON, Wash. (AP) — The Seattle Seahawks' offensive line will sport a different look next season.

The Seattle Times reports this week the team could begin training camp this summer with only center Patrick Lewis playing in the same spot as last season. But coach Pete Caroll also suggests Lewis will see competition for the spot, with the team planning to move Justin Britt to center. Britt played at left guard last season and at right tackle in 2014 as a rookie out of Missouri.

The Seahawks wrapped up rookie minicamp over the weekend with the drills including new linemen Germain Ifedi of Texas A and M, Rees Odhiambo of Boise State, and Joey Hunt of TCU. Carroll says the Seahawks are looking to have their rookies start out in spots where they could have the most immediate impact.