If there's ever going to be a time when the Seahawks' tight end group can compare favorably to other NFL tight end squads, this might be the time.
As weak as this position group might be, at least Seattle's tight ends are not under suspicion for, let's say, involvement in a murder, shooting someone in the face and other possible gang-related activities. When you look at the whole felonious assault vs. no felonious assault chart, Seattle goes in the plus column compared to a certain Northeastern team in the AFC.
Apart from that, incumbent starter Zach Miller figures to be Russell Wilson's #1 target out of the tight end position. After Miller, it's, uh, a little sketchy.
Pop quiz: Other than Miller, how many NFL passes have Seattle's tight ends caught? (Hint: it's in the single digits.)
Darren Fells 0 receptions first year
Cooper Helfet 0 receptions second year
Victor Marshall 0 receptions first year
Sean McGrath 0 ...