|Offense||16th||136.8 (6th)||202.2 (24th)|
|Defense||2nd||101.6 (7th)||172.0 (3rd)|
|28||Adams, Phillip||DB||5-11||195||7/20/1988||5||South Carolina State|
|34||Auguste, Akeem||DB||5-10||185||10/10/1989||1||South Carolina|
|13||Bates, Phil||WR||6-1||220||9/20/1989||1||Ohio U.|
|72||Bennett, Michael (FA)||DE||6-4||274||11/13/1985||6||Texas A&M|
|93||Boatright, Kenneth||DE||6-4||253||3/6/1990||2||Southern Illinois|
|73||Bowie, Michael||T||6-4||332||9/25/1991||2||Northeastern State (Okla.)|
|70||Brooks, Michael||DT||6-2||294||8/28/1991||1||East Carolina|
|31||Chancellor, Kam||SS||6-3||232||4/3/1988||5||Virginia Tech|
|66||Cherrington, Dewayne||DT||6-3||335||//||1||Mississippi State|
|12||Clark, Arceto (FA)||WR||5-10||180||9/29/1989||1||Mississippi State|
|5||Daniels, B.J.||QB||5-11||217||10/24/1989||2||South Florida|
|55||Farwell, Heath||LB||6-0||235||12/31/1981||10||San Diego State|
|48||Fenner, Chandler||CB||6-1||189||7/6/1990||3||Holy Cross|
|49||Gresham, Clint||LS||6-3||240||8/24/1986||5||Texas Christian|
|74||Hauptmann, Caylin||T||6-4||300||7/10/1991||2||Florida International|
|4||Hauschka, Steven||K||6-4||210||6/29/1985||7||North Carolina State|
|97||Hill, Jordan||DT||6-1||303||2/8/1991||2||Penn State|
|49||Hus, Jorgen||LS||6-1||232||9/12/1989||1||Regina (Canada)|
|51||Irvin, Bruce||OLB||6-3||248||11/1/1987||3||West Virginia|
|7||Jackson, Tarvaris||QB||6-2||225||4/21/1983||9||Alabama State|
|61||Jeanpierre, Lemuel||C||6-3||301||5/19/1987||5||South Carolina|
|32||Johnson, Jeron||SS||5-10||212||6/12/1988||4||Boise State|
|20||Lane, Jeremy||CB||6-0||190||7/14/1990||3||Northwestern State-Louisiana|
|83||Lockette, Ricardo||WR||6-2||211||5/21/1986||2||Fort Valley State|
|85||McCoy, Anthony (FA)||TE||6-5||259||12/28/1987||5||USC|
|33||Michael, Christine||RB||5-10||221||11/9/1990||2||Texas A&M|
|86||Miller, Zach||TE||6-5||255||12/11/1985||8||Arizona State|
|76||Okung, Russell||T||6-5||310||10/7/1988||5||Oklahoma State|
|31||Parks, Terrance||DB||6-2||218||4/14/1990||R||Florida State|
|15||Price, Taylor||WR||6-1||195||10/8/1987||5||Ohio U.|
|2||Pryor, Terrelle||QB||6-4||233||6/20/1989||4||Ohio State|
|18||Rice, Sidney||WR||6-4||202||9/1/1986||8||South Carolina|
|26||Robinson, Michael||FB||6-1||240||2/6/1983||9||Penn State|
|9||Ryan, Jon||P||6-0||217||11/26/1981||9||Regina (Canada)|
|93||Schofield, O'Brien (FA)||LB||6-3||242||4/3/1987||5||Wisconsin|
|35||Shead, DeShawn||DB||6-2||220||6/28/1989||2||Portland State|
|34||Simon, Tharold||CB||6-2||202||3/6/1991||2||Louisiana State|
|95||Smith, D'Anthony||DT||6-2||300||6/9/1988||4||Louisiana Tech|
|66||Smith, Jared||DT||6-4||302||3/20/1990||1||New Hampshire|
|64||Sweezy, J.R.||G||6-5||298||4/8/1989||3||North Carolina State|
|0||Taylor, Mike||OLB||6-2||224||//||1||No College|
|22||Turbin, Robert||RB||5-10||222||12/2/1989||3||Utah State|
|64||Van Roten, Greg||G||6-3||303||2/26/1990||3||Pennsylvania|
|54||Wagner, Bobby||MLB||6-0||241||6/27/1990||3||Utah State|
|19||Walters, Bryan (FA)||WR||6-0||190||11/4/1987||5||Cornell|
|44||Ware, Spencer||RB||5-10||228||11/23/1991||2||Louisiana State|
|50||Wright, K.J.||OLB||6-4||246||7/23/1989||4||Mississippi State|
|Team||OLine Avg. Ht||OLine Avg. Wt||DLine Avg. Ht||DLine Avg. Wt||Avg. Age||Youngest||Oldest|
"I think the thing about our quarterback room is that we want to be the hardest-working guys in the room, and the hardest-working guys in the building," Wilson said on SiriusXM NFL Radio, per NFL.com. "That's the way we look at it. I know that Terrelle will bring that to the table. We're looking forward to that. I'm looking forward to just being around him and getting out there. I know that our locker room definitely became more athletic with him. He can do a lot of great things."
Pryor has a chance to be the No. 3 quarterback behind Wilson and Tarvaris Jackson.
Defensive tackle Brandon Mebane (ankle) was limited.
According to a police report obtained by WINZ-AM in Miami, Lockette called 911 twice after the woman refused to leave his apartment. Miami police confirmed to CSN Bay Area that the new police report is accurate, but they declined further comment because Miami police didn't make the report public.
Lockette called police at 12:03 a.m. and 12:20 a.m. on April 2 because a woman was lying naked on Kaepernick's bed and refused to leave. Miami Fire Rescue was eventually dispatched to the apartment and the woman was taken to the hospital around 12:32 a.m.
Kaepernick, Lockette and Patton were all named in the original incident report, which was filed by the unnamed woman on April 3 and released to the public April 10. The incident report doesn't make any accusations against anyone, but the woman did say that after getting naked in front of Kaepernick, he left the room. After that, she woke up in a hospital room and didn't "remember how she got there or who transported her to the hospital." The woman also mentioned alcohol and marijuana in the incident report.
Kaepernick has maintained that he did nothing wrong. As of Monday, no charges have been filed and the incident is still under investigation.
Chancellor had 99 tackles and three interceptions last season, and is expected to be healthy in time for the start of the season.
Baldwin has yet to sign the second-round contract tender he was handed by the team in March, which would pay him $2.1 million in 2014 and then make him an unrestricted free agent after the season. Baldwin is currently a restricted free agent.
He said he signed a clearance waiver to attend the current workouts. His goal is to remain with the Seahawks "for a long time," and that he hopes to work out something soon. However, he said he has had no real talks with the team yet about an extension beyond 2014.
Receiver Ricardo Lockette had a 19-yard catch, receiver Golden Tate caught three of four targets for 17 yards and tight end Luke Willson caught two balls for 17 yards. Tight end Zach Miller made a 10-yard catch, and fullback Michael Robinson had a 7-yard grab.
Bennett had 10 sacks in the regular season and playoffs last year for the Super Bowl champs. Seattle edged out the Bears to retain him.
Turbin excels in pass protection and the team trusted him to spell Lynch down the stretch. He averaged 3.4 yards on 77 regular-season carries.
A second-round pick last year, the more explosive Michael finished his rookie season with 79 yards on 18 carries. He'll push Turbin in training camp.
Sherman, 26, is entering the final year of his contract.
Hauschka nailed 41 of 43 field goals last season, including the playoffs.
"I think it was extraordinary last night to see Jermaine Kearse score a touchdown and Doug Baldwin score a touchdown, and [linebacker] Malcolm Smith gets in the end zone and scoops up another fumble," Carroll said. "Guys that are not the heralded guys coming in competed in our program and found a way to contribute in enormous ways."
Kearse had a 23-yard touchdown catch, Baldwin a 10-yard scoring reception. Smith won MVP honors after returning an interception 69 yards for a touchdown and tying for the team lead with 10 tackles.
Lynch totaled over 1,500 yards of offense with 14 total touchdowns last year but had over 400 total touches between the regular season and postseason. Not only do running backs with over 400 total touches typically fade the following season, but running backs who play in the Super Bowl also tend to slow down the season after.
Coach Pete Carroll said in February it was unclear whether Okung would require surgery.
"He's a great player," Carroll said in an interview with CBSSports.com at the NFL owners meeting. "He has been a great player before we touched him. He's only done that when we've had him. We’re really excited about what he brings. He's a dynamic, aggressive, tough, competitive kid. We have a great background with him. (Offensive coordinator) Darrell Bevell was with him before (in Minnesota) and knows him well. We haven't even got our toe in the water with him. It's like getting a prized rookie, but he's way beyond that."
Harvin had just one catch for 17 yards in the regular season last year. He's expected to be the No. 1 receiver for the Seahawks with Golden Tate and Sidney Rice gone.
Financial terms of the deal are not yet known, though it will surely pay him less than the $8.5 million he was initially set to make before he was cut. Rice is recovering from a torn ACL in October, but has been cleared to return to football activities.
On Sunday, Smith became the first player to return an interception for a touchdown and recover a fumble in the same Super Bowl. His 69-yard interception return for a touchdown was the fourth-longest in Super Bowl history.
The Seahawks linebacker also made 10 tackles, tied for the team lead.
"He's really talented and he's a really exciting guy in our program. Probably has the most breakout potential out of anybody because you haven't seen much of him yet," Carroll said via Pro Football Talk. "We've seen him, we know that he can do really special stuff. He played in a very competitive position. It was hard to get in there with Marshawn (Lynch) and Robert Turbin there. But he'll give those guys a real run when we come back to work. He'll grow a lot from Year 1 to Year 2. We all know in our program that he's going to be very explosive and a really exciting guy. He showed that in his chances that he had."
Part of the reason Michael could have a breakout season in 2014 is that Lynch could be headed for a downturn in production after 400-plus touches in 2013. That could open the door for Michael to play a bigger role next year.
Wilson said he was inspired by his late father, who always used to tell him: "Russ, why not you?"
Wilson said he's going through "a championship offseason" and that he and his teammates are hungry for another title, the report said.
Miller proved to be a scoring threat despite a lack of overall production. His 33 catches in the regular season included five touchdowns. He managed just five catches for 46 yards in three postseason games combined.
Both players need to be aware of the field conditions, which is why they've already practiced at the stadium. There's some concern that the weather won't be ideal on Sunday, so it's important both players know what they are facing.
"It's one of those deals that it's so close, the competition is so keen that it can go either way," Carroll said, per the paper. "And we thought the experience would help us and didn't put too much pressure on Michael in that instance. But he's going to be very competitive as we move forward. Here goes another couple weeks, and we'll see what happens."
Defensive tackle Brandon Mebane (ankle) was limited.
The Seahawks DST opened the game with a safety when an errant snap went out of the end zone. The unit did not allow a first down in the first quarter. It forced four turnovers and scored twice -- on linebacker Malcolm Smith's 69-yard interception return and Percy Harvin's 87-yard kickoff return.
Seattle held Denver to 1.9 yards per carry and rattled Peyton Manning into his worst performance of the season. Smith, safety Kam Chancellor and middle linebacker Bobby Wagner shared the team lead with 10 tackles, and defensive end Chris Clemons registered the game's only sack.
Cornerback Richard Sherman (hip), safety Earl Thomas (thigh), wideout Jermaine Kearse (ankle), defensive end Red Bryant (knee), running back Derrick Coleman (shoulder), offensive tackle Russell Okung (toe), linebacker Malcolm Smith (ankle) and guard J.R. Sweezy (concussion) are all active.
The report stated that Graham reached out and ripped the knit hat off Irvin's head. Other Seahawks joined in the verbal sparring and a member of the Saints' staff was forced to restrain Graham.
Seattle could sign both to extensions if the team makes cost-cutting moves like releasing Sidney Rice, Rapoport added.