The Seahawks will have a new-look offensive line in 2020 that features at least 60% turnover from a year ago. Pete Carroll touched on each position on Monday, raving about a few of Seattle’s new additions to the point where you’d never guess that Pro Football Focus recently ranked the Seahawks offensive line 28th.

Damien Lewis became an immediate starter once the Seahawks released D.J. Fluker. Lewis, a 2020 third-round pick out of LSU, is already getting rave reviews from Carroll.

“He’s a special football player,” Pete Carroll said. “He’s got a tremendous body for the position. He’s got great body mass, and he’s really powerful. You can see him in positions already, torqueing, showing that he can return to balance really well, which is great for an offensive lineman. He’s really smart. He’s studied really hard. Guys already can sense that you can count on him to know what’s going on. He’s off to a really good start. He moves well on the second level. He’s showing us that he can pull and get on the edge. He’s done nothing but good stuff so far.”

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