"We're light, probably, at the linebacker position overall," Crennel said. "When you look at the guys on the team, we're probably heavy at the secondary and the wide receiver and we're light at the linebacker position. From a training camp perspective, you might try to add a wide receiver to add a little depth in case somebody goes down in training camp. Overall, the team is in pretty good shape."
Banks' agent, Bruce Tollner confirmed Sunday that after flying to Kansas City for a workout with the Chiefs, Banks will return to the Pacific Northwest and take part in the Seahawks' minicamp. The minicamp starts Tuesday, but Banks' first day will be Wednesday.