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Gallery remains good potential fit on Seahawks' O-line

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Dan Arkush

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By Dan Arkush

After vowing to fortify an offensive line that struggled through 10 different starting combinations in 2010, we hear the Seahawks consider themselves set at four starting positions. Russell Okung, the team's No. 1 draft pick in 2010, is entrenched at left tackle, third-year pro Max Unger is switching to center from right guard after missing practically the entire '10 campaign with a toe injury and rookies James Carpenter and John Moffitt immediately were declared the starters at right tackle and right guard, respectively. The lone hole is at left guard, where the likelihood remains great that the team will depend on a free-agent addition to fill the bill. A "perfect fit," according to sources close to the team, continues to be Robert Gallery, who knows new assistant head coach/offensive line Tom Cable well from their time together with the Raiders. "His veteran presence could really benefit Okung," one source said of Gallery.  

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