It's no secret the Seahawks' wide receiving corps is as deep as it's ever been.
If you count Jimmy Graham as a wide receiver, that unit is that much better.
Rookie Tyler Lockett has impressed thus far in training camp and received high praise from the coaching staff. Jermaine Kearse, Doug Baldwin, Paul Richardson (currently recovering from ACL surgery), Ricardo Lockette, Kevin Norwood and Super Bowl standout Chris Matthews round out a lethal bunch.
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Even if the defense gets more attention, even if Marshawn Lynch grabs more headlines, Baldwin knows his role and what his teammates can bring to the table.
"We know that sometimes we won't get the glory, we won't get the yards, we won't get the touchdowns, but we're going to do everything in our power to help our team win."
Wilson has not had these types of weapons to work with on the outside in previous years.
It's scary to think how good the Seahawks' offense can be in 2015 with so many playmakers.