Former Univeristy of Washington Tight End Will Dissly is staying in Seattle. The Seahawks selected the former Husky with the 120 overall pick in the fourth round. Dissly had just 19 receptions for 230 yards and two touchdowns in the 2017 season. However, Rob Rang from NFLDraftScout.com said Dissly stands out as one of the best blocking tight-ends in the draft. Seattle signed veteran tight end Ed Dickson during the off-season for three-years $14 million. The Seahawks also have tight ends, Nick Vannette and Tyrone Swoopes on the roster.