How the Seahawks' starting offense is shaping up

It’s still more than five months until the first regular-season game of 2015, but here is a look at how the starting lineup would look on offense as of today for the Seattle Seahawks:

Quarterback: Russell Wilson -- Led the team to back-to-back Super Bowls and has set numerous NFL records in his first three seasons, passing and running. He will be the Seattle quarterback for a long time to come.

Running back: Marshawn Lynch Got the money he wanted with a new deal that pays him $12 million this season. He is arguably the best running back in the NFL over the past four seasons.

Wide receiver: Doug Baldwin -- Led the team with 66 receptions last season. He can play outside or in the slot, and continues to be the team's most reliable target.

Wide receiver: Jermaine Kearse -- He made two of the biggest plays last season in the playoffs with the 35-yard TD catch in OT to win the NFL Championship Game against the Green Bay Packers, and the spectacular juggling catch off his back that gave the Seahawks a chance to win the Super Bowl.

Tight end: Jimmy Graham -- In one of the biggest moves of the offseason, the Seahawks have added a big-play pass-catcher who should make a dramatic difference for the offense.

Tight end: Luke Willson -- I’m listing a double-tight end set for the starters instead of a fullback or third receiver, because Graham often lines up outside. Willson also can line up outside, which gives the Seahawks a lot of options with two tight ends who can really run.

Left tackle: Russell Okung -- Didn’t have his best season last year, but he was playing through injury issues at times. He’s still a quality left tackle the Seahawks can rely on to get the job done.

Left guard: Alvin Bailey -- Will step in and start to replace the free-agency loss of James Carpenter unless the Seahawks sign a veteran free agent down the road. Carpenter had his best season in 2014, but there isn’t a big dropoff to Bailey, who has played both guard and tackle. But he’s probably better suited to play guard.

Center: Patrick Lewis -- The likely starter to replace Max Unger (who was part of the Graham trade) unless the Seahawks sign a veteran free agent to step in and take the spot. They brought in former Oakland center Stefen Wisniewski for a visit, but need his asking price to go down (from about $5 million a year to $3 million) to sign him. But the coaches are excited on Lewis’ potential.

Right guard: J.R. Sweezy -- He’s becoming one of the better guards in the NFL, coming off his best season in 2014. Sweezy is comfortable in the position now after three NFL seasons. He moved over after playing the defensive line in college.

Right tackle Justin Britt -- He struggled at times as a rookie starter having to go against some of the best defensive ends in the NFL, but Britt is tough and durable. He will continue to improve.