Everett is extremely athletic for the position and has seemingly been on the verge of a breakout for a couple of years now. Unfortunately, his upside has been capped by the presence of another capable tight end (Tyler Higbee) while with the Rams, and now he has to compete with Will Dissly for snaps in Seattle. Everett adds a dimension of speed that Dissly just doesn’t have. Still, Dissly played 47% of the snaps in his first 10 games with Greg Olsen last season, which limited Olsen to a 62% snap share and just 3.5 targets per game. This may have been more about Olsen’s age and effectiveness than Dissly himself, so I’m leaving the light on for a breakout season from Everett. Another concern for Everett is that the Seahawks have two target hogs in DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett and have traditionally been pretty run-heavy.