Alabama RB Derrick Henry has official visit scheduled with Seahawks

Every morning, we'll round up local and national Seattle Seahawks-related links.

Alabama running back Derrick Henry will be one of the Seahawks' 30 official draft prospect visits, according to NFL.com:

"I have my own path. (Marshawn Lynch) did a great job; unbelievable job with the Seahawks," Henry said about the possibility of replacing Lynch. "But you know, I wanna have my own path and do my own thing."

If the season started today, Garry Gilliam would likely be the team's left tackle. He posted a video clip of a drill he's working on, and it involves playing cards:

Danny Kelly of Field Gulls assesses the Seahawks' offseason moves, including the decision to re-sign wide receiver Jermaine Kearse:

For me, this re-signing is similar to the Jeremy Lane deal, because it means the offense can really hit the ground running next year. Kearse has been in the system for four years, has developed a lot of chemistry with Russell Wilson, especially on the scramble drill, and despite some fan frustration with consistency, has really made some big plays for the team over the years.

Most important though, again, is that continuity and chemistry. Wilson had probably the best second half of a season of any quarterback in NFL history last year. Maybe a good idea to keep the passing game band together. Obviously there's concern with the offensive line, but when Wilson can trust his receivers, it means he can get the ball out more quickly. That's huge.