PLUG AND PLAY
RB Rashaad Penny: Penny will factor immediately into a rushing attack that the Seahawks desperately want to get on track. If he doesn't start, he will play often as a complement to Chris Carson and C.J. Prosise. His ability as a kickoff and punt returner will also give him an avenue to make an impact early on.
TE Will Dissly: Dissly was considered the best blocking tight end in the draft by Seattle and was compared to former Seahawk Zach Miller with his skill set. Dissly may not have elite athleticism to cause matchup problems against an opposing defense, but he has really good hands and is a capable receiver.
WHAT THE HELL?
DE Jacob Martin: Martin provides a depth option as a pass rusher but may have trouble finding his way onto the roster at defensive end. At 6-foot-2, 236 pounds, he's a little undersized for a defensive end and would likely be a situational edge rusher only early on.