The Seattle Seahawks felt they would be set at tight end after selecting Luke Willson in the fifth round of April's draft. With veterans Zach Miller and Anthony McCoy returning to fill the top two spots on the depth chart, Willson would come in as a third option to solidify the back end of the Seahawks' roster. But those plans have since been thrown out the window.
McCoy was lost for the season to a torn Achilles during OTAs in May and Zach Miller has yet to practice in training camp after injuring his foot during the team's mini-camp in June. It's forced Willson and second-year tight end Sean McGrath to step into more prominent roles during camp.
August 13, 2013