The Facts: Although Doug Baldwin and Jermaine Kearse return as the starters, the No. 3 receiver job is up for grabs. By way of his size and wingspan, Matthews may have the edge on Paul Richardson and third-round pick Tyler Lockett.
Diehards Line:Matthews had his coming-out party in Super Bowl XLIX with four receptions for 109 yards and one TD. That’s what the Seahawks were hoping to see when they signed the 6-5, 220-pound former CFL receiver last spring. With Richardson coming off a torn ACL, Lockett will likely be the Matthews primary competition. That said, it seems like a reach to expect any of Seattle's WRs to be consistently productive enough to emerge as viable, high-end re-draft prospects, especially with TE Jimmy Graham likely to be the team's busiest red-zone receiver.