Seahawks WR Braylon Edwards is listed 3rd on the team's initial depth chart. “Like any good player, he just has to get comfortable with the offense,” WRs coach Kippy Brown said of Edwards. “But that will come with time. And he’s already shown good playmaking ability, and we’re pleased with that.” Edwards has consistently made "explosive plays" in camp, according to beat writer Eric Williams. And he hauled in a 39-yard TD in the team's preseason opener. We think he'll end up making the team, but Edwards is far from a lock for a starting job. Seattle's WR situation remains fluid. Slot man Doug Baldwin is the only guy locked into a role.