While all eyes have been on the quarterback competition in Seattle, the Seahawks also have tough decisions to make relative to who will be catching passes in 2012.
Early in the offseason, wide receiver seemed to be one of the more difficult position units to judge. There were a few veterans and a lot of young options with talent but worrisome gaps in their play.
Then Pete Carroll, offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell and GM John Schneider decided to really shake up the group.
Seattle released Mike Williams and then added Antonio Bryant, Braylon Edwards and Terrell Owens to the roster. Bryant didn't last long, and the general expectation is one of the other two additions will be gone soon as well.
Based on play thus far in the preseason, there is no reason to expect Seattle to only keep one of their two new additions. Following is a summary of what to expect with the receiving corps in 2012.