Looking at the starting lineup from the first week of the 2020 season, the Seahawks have lost Jarran Reed, Shaquill Griffin and Quinton Dunbar from their starting lineup. K.J. Wright has yet to sign with another team in free agency, which could boost that number to four. Have the Seahawks done enough to fill in the holes on defense with all of those departures? Plus, should the Tyler Lockett contract be enough to silence the doubt that Russell Wilson will be in Seattle long term? Anthony Nachreiner hosts Brandan on his radio show the Nach On Sports on KGEZ for the last time. We talk Seahawks one last time before Anthony heads back to his home state of Florida.
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