Yep, the run on edge rushers continues with the Seattle Seahawks.
The Seahawks are still winning games in 2019, although they’re no longer bullying opponents like they used to back in their runs to the Super Bowl. Rookie first-round defensive lineman L.J. Collier has been a disappointment so far, failing to register a single sack and only two tackles in five games played.
And after trading away EDGE Frank Clark to the Chiefs, Seattle is still seeking someone to provide that burst up front, which has been lacking for much of the year.
Penn State EDGE Yetur Gross-Matos has a good variety of pass-rushing moves, runs hot and has an ideal frame for the position, standing at 6-foot-5 and 242 pounds.
Considering the budding crop of young quarterbacks within the NFC West, Seattle’s best move here would likely be finding players capable of getting to their opponents’ signal-callers frequently and often.