As a rookie last year, Swain produced a mere 13-159-2 line over 16 games, failing to cement himself as the No. 3 receiver. In turn, the Seahawks made a deliberate effort to fill the void last weekend, selecting Eskridge higher than any wide receiver they've taken since Paul Richardson in 2014.There are fair criticisms that Eskridge was a reach at 56th overall, but the fact that he was the Seahawks' first pick of the draft can't be discounted. The team is expected to sign a few undrafted free agents, including Florida State's Tamorrion Terry, as well. A sixth-round pick in 2020, Swain will be competing for the No. 3 job from the start of training camp onward.
Seahawks' Freddie Swain: Competition ahead
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