Seahawks' 53-man roster projection includes tough calls along crowded O-line

The Seattle Seahawks open training camp Tuesday at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center in Renton, Washington. The Seahawks hope to build on a 2019 season in which they won a playoff game and were less than a yard short (literally) of winning the NFC West title and having home-field advantage in the playoffs. The Seahawks have made the playoffs in eight of Pete Carroll's 10 seasons as head coach and seven of eight years since drafting quarterback Russell Wilson. Here's a 53-man roster projection.

QUARTERBACKS (2): Russell Wilson, Geno Smith

Wilson's durability allows the Seahawks to carry two quarterbacks on their active roster, and Smith is the clear favorite over undrafted rookie Anthony Gordon for the backup job. Things could get interesting in the event of an injury based on what coach Pete Carroll said recently about Colin Kaepernick.