Is Kansas State's ultra-versatile OL Cody Whitehair the answer for Seahawks?

Why should Seahawks fans not be frustrated by Seattle's apparent lack of interest in building up the offensive line -- at least from a conventional standpoint. Could the club just be waiting for the draft to improve up front and, if so, who are some of the top candidates to know?

Each Friday at 2:30 pm Pacific, I have the pleasure of talking football with Ian Furness and Jason Puckett of Seattle Sports Radio 950 KJR.

This week's segment included a breakdown of some of the top left tackle candidates potentially available to Seattle with pick No. 26 -- a long list which includes Texas A&M's Germain Ifedi, Texas Tech's Le'Raven Clark, Auburn's Shon Coleman and Indiana's Jason Spriggs, among others.

We also dive into why an interior lineman like Kansas State's Cody Whitehair could actually be a wiser choice for the Seahawks given that the club must deal with disruptive penetrating defensive tackles like the Los Angeles Rams' star Aaron Donald and that Russell Wilson has proven better at escaping pressure from the outside over his career than up the middle.

Finally, what might be the future for Justin Britt? Is he Seattle's next "swing" offensive lineman as a replacement for Alvin Bailey or does he project better as "just" the starter at left guard returning back to right tackle?

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