"Tatupu is an inside linebacker, but what the Seahawks need is an outside guy. Isaiah Kacyvenski will get one spot, and Tracy White and Kevin Bentley look to battle for the other. There is almost no more depth on either side behind them. However, Tatupu is behind Jamie Sharper and Niko Koutouvides in the middle. If the rookie can develop some skills on the outside, he could be used as one of the more versatile players on defense."
He's got the linebacker roles all Korened up. First of all, Jamie Sharper, after after acquiring him from Houston, was moved back to his natural position, outside linebacker. Tatupu is behind Niko in the middle. DD Lewis (where was he mentioned?) is starting on the opposite side from Sharper.
This leaves White, Bentley, Bates, and Hill rounding out the 2nd and 3rd string outside spots. Kaz is 4th string, not a starter! If you'd like to check for yourself, here's the current official depth chart.
Maybe I'm going a little overboard on this, but I'm not impressed. It's underwhelming to think that this guy wrote this article describing this so-called shortage at outside linebacker, but really didn't do his homework, on the Seahawk's official site, no less.
Unless there is something I don't know about this. If so, I just put my foot in my mouth again.
Am I wrong?