Mathis makes for a good fit on the field for Seattle, but the money needed to pay him may not be there.
With some key signings out of the way, the pieces are in place for the Seahawks to be Super Bowl contenders at least through the 2017 season.
The Pats may be the champs, but they've got serious issues at cornerback. Here's the glaring positional weakness for all 32 NFL teams.
There is plenty of attention being given the Seattle Seahawks' top draft pick, even though Michigan defensive end Frank Clark was picked at the bottom of the second round. NFLDraftScout.com publisher Frank Cooney eyes the full offseason of the Seattle club in this 2015 Seahawks' reset.
Leonard Williams and the rest of the N.Y. Jets rookie class reports to minicamp this week. Before the players hit the field, NFLDraftScout.com publisher Frank Cooney breaks down the 2015 Jets.
The Eagles want a wide receiver, the Jets and Chargers are looking at quarterbacks, while the Cowboys want to add another pass-rusher. What does everybody else want?
All mock drafts are not equal. The first 32 picks? Meh. Try all seven rounds, from No. 1 (Jameis Winston) to No. 256 (Curtis Grant), with lots of trades between.
We're hopping in the CBSSports.com time machine for the 2011 NFL Redraft. This way, everybody wins (except those teams that end up with Andy Dalton and Colin Kaepernick, of course.)
Are the Jets angling for Marcus Mariota or is it a smoke screen? Nobody knows for sure. Draft season!
NFLDraftScout.com is putting all 32 teams "on the clock," identifying team needs, best fit, experts picks and then putting readers on the clock: Who should the Jets pick with the sixth overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft?

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