Brady Henderson ESPN
When the Seahawks didn't draft an offensive lineman until the fifth round, it was another indication that they're counting on the current group -- which returns four of five starters from last year -- to improve under new coach Mike Solari. When asked about third-year right tackle Germain Ifedi, Duane Brown said he thinks Solari's tutelage will help. Ifedi, a 2016 first-round pick, led the NFL in accepted penalties last season with 16. "I think just in the short time I've been here, he's matured a lot, and I expect a big season from him," Brown said. "He's a guy who's going to benefit a great deal from Mike just polishing up his technique more. He has all the tools. He's a big, athletic guy, great length. So just trusting things and having good technique. I think he's going to be great. I really do feel that."