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Danny O'Neil covers the Seahawks for The Seattle Times.



August 12, 2012 at 9:02 AM

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Seahawks defensive depth charts (projected)

Now, these aren't official team listings. It's what I pieced together between practice and watching Saturday's game. Now, this is far from comprehensive in terms of Seattle's playbook. For instance, the Seahawks have a Bandit package with six defensive backs, which has included rookie Winston Guy during practice. I didn't see that Bandit package employed during the exhibition game.

Also, this depth chart includes two players who did not play in Saturday's exhibition: DT Alan Branch and MLB Barrett Ruud. Jason Jones started in Branch's place with Pep Levingston taking that spot -- known as the three-technique -- with the second-team defense. Rookie Bobby Wagner played with both the first and second unit.

Seahawks base defense
 DEDTDTDE 
 Chris ClemonsBrandon MebaneAlan BranchRed Bryant 
 Bruce IrvinClinton McDonaldJason JonesGreg Scruggs 
LCB RCB
Richard Sherman Brandon Browner
Marcus Trufant Phillip Adams
 
WLB
MLB
SLB
 
 
Leroy Hill
Bobby Wagner
K.J. Wright
 
 
Malcolm Smith
Barrett Ruud
Mike Morgan
 
  
FS
 
SS
  
  
Earl Thomas
 
Kam Chancellor
  
  
Chris Maragos
 
Jeron Johnson
  
Seahawks nickel defense
 DEDTDTDE 
 Chris ClemonsClinton McDonaldJason JonesBruce Irvin 
 Bruce IrvinGreg ScruggsJaye HowardDexter Davis 
LCB Slot RCB
Richard Sherman Roy Lewis Brandon Browner
Byron Maxwell Marcus Trufant Phillip Adams
 
LB
LB
 
 
Leroy Hill
K.J. Wright
 
 
Malcolm Smith
Mike Morgan
 
  
FS
 
SS
  
  
Earl Thomas
 
Kam Chancellor
  
  
Chris Maragos
 
Jeron Johnson
  


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