Seahawks’ top 10 at receiver, short end and safety in ESPN position rankings


Hello, 12s. Here’s a look at what’s happening today – Monday, August 22 – with your Seattle Seahawks.

The Seahawks rank in the top 10 at several positions in the ESPN rankings.

As the 2022 NFL preseason wraps up this weekend — the Seahawks wrap up in Dallas on Friday — the regular season is just around the corner. ESPN’s Mike Clay gives the NFL position group rankings for the 2022 season for all teams, with the Seahawks ranking well in several places.

With an average team age of 26, the Seattle Seahawks are quite young. With so many new faces on both sides of the ball, the team is looking to key veterans like receiver Tyler Lockett to provide leadership. Between Lockett and DK Metcalf, the Seahawks are led by two receivers who have combined for 331 receptions, 4,499 yards and 40 touchdowns over the past two seasons, a big reason behind the Seahawks’ receiving group rankings at No. 7.

The Seahawks have a good combination of balanced tight ends, led by trade acquisition Noah Fant, who reunited with former Denver Broncos teammate and close friend quarterback Drew Lock. A revamped and rejuvenated Colby Parkinson is another intriguing piece for the Seahawks’ tight end squad, starring Will Dissly and Tyler Mabry. Seattle’s tight group ranks 8th.


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