In the midst of rookie minicamp, offensive line coach Tom Cable told 710 ESPN the team moved 2014 second-round pick Justin Britt to center.
Britt started as a right tackle as a rookie before moving to left guard last season. Now he'll get a chance to play pivot.
"That's what enables us to do it, to even try it is the fact that he is well-versed in our system, two years," Cable said, via ESPN.com. "Now he's played tackle, played guard, understands it. The issue for him will be getting him comfortable and confident snapping and playing against the nose guard."
Seattle used their first-round pick in 2016 on Germain Ifedi, who should be slated at right guard entering training camp later this summer.
The Seahawks' offensive line was one of the worst in the NFL last season, but has been remade in 2016.