The Athletic's Michael-Shawn Dugar said Will Dissly "may be in position to hold the top spot" on the Seahawks' depth chart in 2021.
It's an unpleasant reminder that Gerald Everett probably didn't become the team's primary pass catching tight end when he signed with Seattle last week. Dugar said Everett, who reunites with former Rams coach and new Seattle offensive coordinator Shane Waldron, "would at worst be the No. 2 tight end behind Dissly to start the season." Waldron praised Everett's pass catching in an interview shortly after Everett signed with the Hawks. "He's got aggressive hands, and he can seem to always find a way to get open versus tight man-to-man coverage," Waldron said, calling Everett's after-the-catch ability "a big asset" to Seattle's offense. Dissly in 2019 emerged as the team's No. 1 tight end, catching 23 of 27 targets for 263 yards and four touchdowns before tearing his Achilles in Week 6. Everett seems unlikely to have the pass-catching role all to himself in 2021. Mar 22 9:05 am (EST)
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