The Seahawks lost Greg Olsen to retirement and Jacob Hollister signed a one-year deal with the Bills earlier this offseason. This led the team to bring in FA Gerald Everett, who previously played under current Seahawks offensive coordinator Shane Waldron in Los Angeles. Many in the fantasy community were thinking Everett would get the lion's share of TE targets in Seattle next season but Will Dissly appeared in all 16 games for the time in his career in 2020 and may have a leg up on him. Everett is "talented enough to be TE1 in this offense, though Dissly is in a contract year and coming off the first fully healthy season of his career. Thus, Dissly may be in position to hold the top spot on the depth chart and flash the star potential he displayed in 2018 and 2019," Duggar stated. It could end up being a time share between the two with Colby Parkinson mixing in on certain packages.