Jennings was held out of rookie minicamp with a hamstring injury, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports.
The same goes for seventh-round pick John Ursua, while second-rounder D.K. Metcalf seems to have left a strong impression from the jump. Jennings should be right in the mix for snaps once he's healthy, especially if Doug Baldwin (sports hernia) opts for retirement. The fourth-round pick caught 151 passes for 2,013 yards and 14 touchdowns over his final two seasons at West Virginia, then ran a 4.42 40-yard dash at 214 pounds during the 2019 combine. Jennings hopes to compete with Metcalf, David Moore and Jaron Brown for a regular spot in the Seattle offense behind Tyler Lockett.
The Seahawks have done some weird things in the draft, but this selection along with second-round pick D.K. Metcalf appear to be strong selections both. Metcalf is a killer downfield threat, while Jennings (6-foot-1, 214 pounds) brings a polished skill set with outside and slot interchangeability. Jennings was highly productive at West Virginia, where over the last two years he caught 70.9 percent of his targets at 9.5 yards per target while piling up 151 catches for 2,013 yards and 14 touchdowns in 24 games. Jennings also tested very well at the combine, posting a 4.42-second 40, 37-inch vertical, and 127-inch broad jump. Just like the Metcalf selection, Jennings' arrival is bad news for the otherwise promising David Moore.