Zach Miller is getting re-adjusted to what it's like to be an eligible pass catcher again after a year spent being a de facto offensive lineman.
The former Pro Bowler had his least productive receiving year of his career after joining the Seattle Seahawks last season. Miller caught just 25 passes for the season and failed to find the end zone for the first time in his five-year career.
Miller was called upon to be an extra blocker for a Seattle offensive line that struggled to find its footing early in the year.
The Seahawks were breaking in two rookies on the line with a new offensive line coach in Tom Cable installing a new system. So Miller had to be kept in to block to keep Seattle quarterbacks upright. Miller never complained about the lack of targets a season ago, but knew he could help the team if given a greater opportunity.
''The only frustration was I felt like I could help our offense,'' Miller said.
Miller finally had the breakout offensive game ...