Seahawks’ Biggest Offseason Makeover is on Offensive Line
RENTON, Wash. (AP) — The Seattle Seahawks' offensive line will look nothing like it did a year ago this season after the team used a flurry of free agent signings and draft picks to complete an extensive makeover. Seattle used a third-round pick to select LSU guard Damien Lewis during the draft with the idea that he could be a starter this season. The Seahawks had previously landed a bevy of notable free agents, including B.J. Finney, Cedric Ogbuehi and Brandon Shell. They also re-signed veteran Mike Iupati. Gone from last season are D.J. Fluker, Justin Britt and Germain Ifedi.