After addressing the offensive line in the first round, the Seahawks moved to the other side of the line of scrimmage by taking run-stuffing Alabama defensive tackle Jarran Reed in the second round on Friday night.
The Seahawks’ 2015 draft elicited mix reviews for talent, and a lot of flak for character judgments. A year later, the character issues haven’t seemed to cause any of the feared community endangerment, and the bright spots probably turned out brighter than could have been expected.
Monday, the first day of the team’s nine-week, voluntary offseason workout program, Seattle officially announced it had signed veteran cornerback Brandon Browner. That was to the one-year contract the Seahawks had announced Sunday for their Super Bowl 48 starter in the 2013 season.