Among those who have been given a second chance in the Pacific Northwest in the past five years, the team signed defensive end Dion Jordan, guard Luke Joeckel, and defensive end Ezekiel Ansah from the infamous 2013 draft class. Schneider's willingness to explore such low-risk, high-reward opportunities has been a mixed bag results-wise over the years.
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson spoke to reporters and discussed the offense under new coordinator Shane Waldron in OTAs .
But there's been one major omission: All-Pro safety Jamal Adams, who's entering the final year of his rookie contract. With that, of course, comes much speculation about a potential holdout from the former top-10 draft selection. And with mandatory minicamp beginning on Tuesday, Adams could be in line to lose a decent chunk of change if his absence continues into next week.