Given these unique circumstances, the Seahawks haven’t relied much on rookies through the first two games of the season. With the exception of Damien Lewis excelling as a starter at right guard and Freddie Swain pitching in with a few catches and a special teams fumble recovery, first-year players have been non-factors during the team’s 2-0 start.

But as Seattle prepares to face a high-powered Dallas squad at CenturyLink Field, this needs to change, at least for one specific player. After inexplicably being a healthy scratch each of the past two weeks, injuries and poor production will finally force the team to see what they have in defensive end Alton Robinson.

“I was really fired up that we were able to get Alton where we got him because he’s got the ability and the production to do things that guys got picked quite a bit higher,” Carroll said following the draft.

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