|Offense||12th||99.4 (25th)||257.8 (10th)|
|Defense||5th||92.9 (7th)||225.8 (8th)|
|72||Bennett, Michael||DE||6-4||274||11/13/1985||8||Texas A&M|
|2||Boykin, Trevone||QB||6-0||213||8/22/1993||R||Texas Christian|
|Briggs, Chris||TE||6-5||230||//||R||Southeastern Louisiana|
|Brown, Arthur||LB||6-0||240||6/17/1990||4||Kansas State|
|31||Chancellor, Kam||SS||6-3||225||4/3/1988||7||Virginia Tech|
|Cox, Perrish||CB||6-0||190||1/10/1987||6||Oklahoma State|
|21||Elliott, DeAndre||CB||6-1||189||11/21/1992||R||Colorado State|
|74||Fant, George||T||6-5||296||7/19/1992||R||Western Kentucky|
|79||Gilliam, Garry||T||6-5||315||11/26/1990||3||Penn State|
|63||Glowinski, Mark||G||6-4||310||5/3/1992||2||West Virginia|
|88||Graham, Jimmy||TE||6-7||265||11/24/1986||7||Miami (Fla.)|
|Harris, Tylor||DE||6-4||284||2/16/1994||R||Wake Forest|
|17||Hester, Devin||WR||5-11||190||11/4/1982||11||Miami (Fla.)|
|53||Hunt, Joey||C||6-2||299||2/22/1994||R||Texas Christian|
|76||Ifedi, Germain||G||6-5||325||6/2/1994||R||Texas A&M|
|Joeckel, Luke||T||6-6||312||11/6/1991||4||Texas A&M|
|Johnson, Jeron (FA)||DB||5-10||212||6/12/1988||6||Boise State|
|Johnson, Malcolm||FB||6-1||231||8/11/1992||2||Mississippi State|
|Johnson, Jamel||WR||6-2||217||7/9/1991||1||Alabama State|
|20||Lane, Jeremy||CB||6-0||190||7/14/1990||5||Northwestern State-Louisiana|
|16||Lockett, Tyler||WR||5-10||182||9/28/1992||2||Kansas State|
|26||Magee, Terrence||RB||5-9||215||3/16/1993||2||Louisiana State|
|33||McCray, Kelcie (FA)||SS||6-2||202||9/21/1988||5||Arkansas State|
|McCray, Demetrius||DB||6-2||194||5/11/1991||4||Appalachian State|
|93||McDaniel, Tony (FA)||DT||6-7||305||1/20/1985||11||Tennessee|
|41||McDonald, Dewey||LB||6-0||220||6/10/1990||2||California (PA)|
|30||McKissic, J.D.||WR||5-10||187||8/15/1993||R||Arkansas State|
|57||Morgan, Mike (FA)||OLB||6-3||235||1/16/1988||6||USC|
|Myers, Robert||G||6-5||335||12/26/1991||1||Tennessee State|
|70||Odhiambo, Rees||G||6-4||315||9/23/1992||R||Boise State|
|58||Pierre-Louis, Kevin||OLB||6-0||230||10/7/1991||3||Boston College|
|43||Pope, Troymaine||RB||5-9||205||11/29/1993||R||Jacksonville State|
|22||Prosise, C.J.||RB||6-1||220||5/20/1994||R||Notre Dame|
|34||Rawls, Thomas||RB||5-9||215||8/3/1993||2||Central Michigan|
|44||Reece, Marcel (FA)||FB||6-1||250||6/23/1985||7||Washington|
|77||Rubin, Ahtyba||DT||6-2||310||7/25/1986||9||Iowa State|
|9||Ryan, Jon||P||6-0||217||11/26/1981||11||Regina (Canada)|
|35||Shead, DeShawn||CB||6-2||212||6/28/1989||5||Portland State|
|8||Slavin, Tyler||WR||6-1||201||1/29/1992||R||New Mexico Highlands|
|Smith, Rodney||WR||6-5||232||3/11/1990||3||Florida State|
|78||Sowell, Bradley (FA)||T||6-7||309||6/6/1989||5||Mississippi|
|23||Terrell, Steven||FS||5-10||197||9/21/1990||4||Texas A&M|
|46||Tukuafu, Will (FA)||FB||6-2||280||1/3/1984||7||Oregon|
|81||Vannett, Nick||TE||6-5||257||3/6/1993||R||Ohio State|
|54||Wagner, Bobby||MLB||6-0||245||6/27/1990||5||Utah State|
|50||Wright, K.J.||OLB||6-4||246||7/23/1989||6||Mississippi State|
|French, Christian (IR)||LB||6-5||245||8/18/1992||R||Oregon|
|14||Fuller, Jeff (IR)||WR||6-4||223||4/20/1990||1||Texas A&M|
|Team||OLine Avg. Ht||OLine Avg. Wt||DLine Avg. Ht||DLine Avg. Wt||Avg. Age||Youngest||Oldest|
Smith has been on the injury report for the past week with the injury, but the team wasn't optimistic about the defensive tackles return and ultimately decided to would be best to end his season. In three games this season, the 25-year-old racked up five tackles (one solo). The Seahawks signed Sealver Siliga on Tuesday to replace Smith on the depth chart.
Jefferson's injury is serious enough to require surgery, but his absence shouldn't have much of an impact as he appeared in just three games and recorded one tackle this season. Defensive end Malliciah Goodman was signed to the 53-man roster to fill the vacant spot.
Hester played 12 games with the Ravens this season before being waived on Dec. 13. The veteran returner's future was in question following the release, but he will get another shot providing a spark for the Seahawks' this postseason. With Tyler Lockett injured, the team has opted to look outside of the box for a kick and punt returner by signing Hester. He racked up 466 kickoff return yards and 180 punt return yards for the Ravens this season, but also fumbled the ball five times, losing one.
Prosise was already set to compete with Thomas Rawls, who may end up being the real loser in this equation. Prosise's pass-catching ability and quickness should ensure him of a key role in the offense if he stays healthy, whereas Rawls likely will compete with Lacy for early-down work. It's also worth noting that Lacy is far from a sure thing -- he's still recovering from ankle surgery and has reportedly put on a lot of weight (again). Prosise, meanwhile, is expected to be ready for the start of OTAs in mid-to-late April, looking to build on a promising but injury-plagued rookie season.
Pierre-Louis sustained a hamstring injury last Sunday against the Patriots and was unable to practice this week. As a reserve linebacker, his absence shouldn't be a huge problem for the Seahawks' stout defensive unit to overcome.
Magee signed with the Seahawks for one game in September before promptly being released. He'll operate as the team's third or fourth option at running back and isn't likely to see much time on the field beyond special teams.
A seventh-round rookie, Lawler failed to impress over the final two weeks of the preseason, catching just one pass for 11 yards on four targets. Despite missing some time with a groin injury, undrafted rookie Tanner McEvoy beat out Lawler and a few others for the No. 5 wideout job. Lawler might still join the active roster within the first few weeks of the season, but he'd likely just be providing depth.
Slavin joined the Seahawks as an undrafted free agent last offseason and was added to injured reserve after clearing waivers in the preseason. He'll look to stay healthy and make the roster as a depth receiver and special teams player in 2017.
Wright was limited to eight tackles total in the last two games, but he bounced back in Week 15. With 113 tackles, he is four from setting a career high.
The tight end room in Seattle has been devastated by injury in the early days of training camp, as Shields, Cooper Helfet (foot), and Brandon Cottom (Achilles) were all waived Saturday. If Shields passes through waivers unclaimed, the Seahawks will have the opportunity to place him on injured reserve.
Sommers was waived with an injury designation in the preseason and was moved to IR after he cleared waivers. He'll look to catch on with Seattle as a depth tight end and special teams player in 2017.
Morgan -- just activated off IR prior to Week 13 -- recorded five tackles and an interception in his first game back. He'll look to make an encore in Lambeau Field.
After landing in Seattle during the summer of 2015 via a trade with the Lions, Seisay missed each of the past two seasons due to injury. Both lost seasons were due to separate and unrelated injuries, however, as he missed the 2015 campaign due to a torn labrum but this past year due to a concern with his Achilles tendon. He's now set to enter the offseason as an exclusive rights free agent.
McEvoy stepped up in what was a lackluster day for many of his teammates on the offensive side, finishing second in yardage and scoring the team's only touchdown on the day with a 21-yard reception in the fourth quarter. He has been used sparingly for the majority of the year and should remain a complementary option in the offense next week against the Rams despite Sunday's performance.
McDonald sat out Wednesday's practice due to illness but it appears he's better now. He'll provide depth on defense but he isn't expected to see a large role.
Although Cox started 22 games for the Titans over the last two seasons, very few teams have had any interest in him since his November release. Now in Seattle, he'll fight for a depth role in the secondary in advance of the 2017 campaign.
Chancellor had minor ankle surgery last week and isn't expected to be held out of offseason practices. He appears to be on track with his recovery to this point and shouldn't be limited with the injury much longer.
Baldwin notched the final touchdown of the Seahawks' 2016 campaign with a 31-yard scoring reception in the fourth quarter. Otherwise, it was a fairly ordinary outing for the sixth-year pro, who recorded four catches for 49 yards in addition to the touchdown. Russell Wilson completed only 17 passes overall on the afternoon, and Baldwin did see the most targets from him by far. The sixth-year pro posted a career high in receptions (94), targets (126) and yards (1,128) in 2016, but managed only half of the career-high 14 scores he'd tallied the season prior.
Vannett is not going to see much action and targets as long as Jimmy Graham is healthy. Luke Willson is expected to return from a knee injury in Week 14.
2016 was the third year of a four-year, $32 million contract that Bennett signed with Seattle in 2014. The extension will keep him in Seattle through the 2020 season, after which he'll be 35 years old. The exact details of the deal haven't yet been disclosed. Bennett has recorded 32 tackles and 4.0 sacks in 10 games played so far this season.
“He’s in great shape,” Carroll said, via ESPN.com. “That’s a tremendous addition. It’s like a brand new draft choice for us because he didn’t really get a chance to get started last year. Cassius is a really high-energy, creative and productive football player. We can’t wait to get him out there. He’s in great shape and looks terrific.”
Marsh only played in five games a season ago and recorded five tackles.
Pope finished the 2016 campaign on injured reserve, but when healthy the explosive tailback will compete for slotting on the depth chart behind Thomas Rawls and C.J. Prosise (shoulder).
The specific type of surgery has not yet been clarified, but the fact that it had not been heard about until after completion suggests that it was not anything major. Avril was third in the league with 11.5 sacks in 2016 and figures to be a disruptive force for the Seahawks again in 2017 opposite Michael Bennett on the defensive line.
Farmer spent time with Seattle during the regular season and was used primarily as a third-down back in the two games he saw live action. However, he was ousted the first week of December in order to supply fullback help when the team's starter went down. He'll enter the offseason buried on the depth chart.
Barnes was waived with an injury designation in August and landed on the Seahawks IR after clearing waivers. He'll have a chance to make the tail end of the roster in 2017 as a special teams player and depth defender.
Nearly half of Collins' yardage came late in the third quarter on a 26-yard burst up the gut. It was the power back's longest run of the season and it came just in time, with starter Thomas Rawls nursing a shoulder injury. Rawls' injury will be worth monitoring heading into Seattle's playoff matchup against Detroit. Even if he's back healthy, Collins should be in line for a fair amount of action, having recorded at least eight touches in three of the past four weeks.
Sherman was regularly given days off from practice over the past couple months, which, in hindsight, could've been related to his knee problem. While Carroll revealed Sherman carried an MCL injury, he didn't reveal the exact nature of the ailment or how it would be treated this offseason. Regardless of his injury, Sherman didn't miss a game this season, and finished with 58 tackles, 13 pass deflections and four interceptions.
Taylor, the 49ers' 2016 sixth-rounder out of Florida, was with the Seahawks for a couple weeks in December in order to provide depth at running back but didn't last long. He'll look to compete for a depth/special teams role in the offseason behind Thomas Rawls, C.J. Prosise and Alex Collins.
Hill played in 13 games, recording 19 tackles, 5.5 sacks and an interception.
McKissic was waived by the Falcons on Monday, just three days after being signed to their active roster. He's yet to play in an NFL game but could see some time on special teams for Seattle. His only real chance to play on offense will be if injuries to Thomas Rawls and Alex Collins force the team to use him.
His release comes one day after he was reinstated from a suspension stemming from a violation of the league's substance abuse policy. Aboushi started 10 games for the Jets last season, but will now look to catch on with another team and provide depth along the offensive line.
Kearse was essentially a non-factor once again, with his three targets tying for the second lowest among the Seahawks' receivers and tight ends. The fifth-year pro had a quiet postseason, notching just three receptions on six targets for 22 yards, although he did see teammate Doug Baldwin inadvertently steal a touchdown from him in Seattle's wild-card victory over the Lions. Despite his minimal involvement in the playoffs, Kearse did wrap up the 2016 campaign with his second-most receptions (41) in a season, although he needed a career-high 90 targets to achieve them.
Thorpe signed with the team in September of the 2016 season, and quickly established himself as one of their top special teams players. He also saw some time as Seattle's third cornerback when starter DeShawn Shead was briefly sidelined. Thorpe figures to resume his role as a key special teams player in 2017, while also providing depth at corner. He could have an opportunity to compete for a starting job if the aforementioned Shead, who suffered a serious knee injury during the playoffs, is not ready when the season begins.
Boykin was called upon in the second half, when Russell Wilson had to leave with a sprained knee. The rookie QB threw a 16-yard touchdown to Doug Baldwin early in the fourth quarter for the first score of his career. Wilson has never missed a game in the NFL, but he appeared to be in some pain after spraining his knee. Thus, Wilson's status is something to monitor in advance of Seattle's Week 4 matchup with the Jets. If Boykin needs to start, he brings an unique element to the offense, as he was highly productive at TCU as a dual-threat quarterback. With that said, Boykin is a work in progress, so expectations would obviously need to be tempered.
Joeckel, the starting left tackle, will give way to his backup, Sam Young. His absence will provide a slight boost to the Miami defense.
Gilliam caught a fake field goal touchdown during the NFC Championship Game for Seattle.
The game is currently pick'em between Seattle and New England.
There's been plenty of optimism that Lockett, who's on the mend from a compound fracture to his left fibula suffered in late January, will be ready to go for the start of the 2017 campaign, and this report only reinforces that notion. However, there doesn't seem to be virtually any certainty in regard to the soonest he might return. Seattle enters the offseason program with the starting job opposite Doug Baldwin "wide open" according to Seahawks beat writer Sheil Kapadia, but Lockett likely won't even have a shot if he's out of commission most of the summer. Thus, the third-year wideout has plenty of incentive to return to the field as quick as possible in order to join Paul Richardson, Jermaine Kearse and potentially a draft pick or two for what could evolve into a heated competition for the title as the team's No. 2 wide receiver.
According to Kapadia, Lacy's target weight will be in the 240s, which is probably around where he was in 2016 prior to suffering a season-ending ankle injury in Week 5. According to Bob McGinn of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, the 26-year-old running back checked in at 267 pounds during one of his free agent visits, putting him 20-to-25 pounds north of where the Seahawks want him by Week 1. It appears Lacy's weight will be a big story for the second straight offseason, just as it was at this time last year when he was coming off a disappointing 2015 campaign in which he was visibly hampered by his excess weight. A contract season provided plenty of motivation last time around, and the Seahawks are hoping for the same after signing him to a one-year, $5.5 million deal that includes $3 million guaranteed. Lacy is nearly five months removed from surgery which carried an estimated rehab timetable of 4-to-6 months, but the extra weight he's carrying probably doesn't help the process. While his contract makes him the early favorite to lead Seattle's backfield, Lacy has serious issues surrounding his health and conditioning, in addition to facing competition from teammates Thomas Rawls and C.J. Prosise (shoulder).
The Seahawks entered the offseason in need of depth at linebacker and they have found just that in Brown. While the former second-rounder has struggled staying healthy the past two seasons, he'll be able to provide Seattle with an instant boost on special teams and serve as a solid insurance policy for MLB Bobby Wagner.
Rubin sprained his wrist in Saturday's game versus the Cardinals so his absence from the injury report Wednesday evidences the injury likely isn't serious. Barring some sort of setback, Rubin appears in line to be ready for the Seahawks' season finale Sunday versus the Niners.
Walsh struggled mightily in 2016, missing four extra points and making 12-of-16 field goal attempts prior to being released in November. Steven Hauschka, the Seahawks' kicker in 2016, will be a free agent upon the end of the league year, meaning Walsh could be set to handle the kicking duties in Seattle in 2017.
Tukuafu has been sidelined since sustaining a concussion in Week 13. With his season over, Marcel Reese will now serve as the lead blocker for Thomas Rawls.
During Wednesday's training camp practice, Cottom sustained a potential Achilles tear. The Seahawks' move Saturday seems to confirm those fears, but the fullback/tight end will land on their injured reserve list, if he clears waivers.
Wilson and the Seahawks were lights out to the open the game, putting together a 14-play, 89-yard drive that consumed 8:34 off the clock and culminated in a seven-yard scoring dart to Jimmy Graham. However, it was largely downhill from there, with an injury to right guard Germain Ifedi kick-starting a series of unfortunate events. Rookie Rees Odhiambo, who took over for Ifedi, inadvertently stepped on Wilson's foot with the Seahawks backed up to their seven-yard line after a penalty wiped out an 80-yard punt return by Devin Hester, leading to a safety. Wilson subsequently sandwiched fourth-quarter interceptions around a 31-yard touchdown to Doug Baldwin, with the second pick coming with 2:15 remaining and sealing Seattle's fate. Wilson did lead the Seahawks in rushing on the afternoon, and his yardage total on the ground actually was the second highest he'd amassed all season. Despite the disappointing finish to the campaign, the Wisconsin product did set career highs in completions (353), attempts (546) and passing yardage (4,219) in 2016.
The 22-year-old back signed with the Seahawks in May as an undrafted free agent. Madden was eyeing a role at fullback with the club, but the team has ultimately decided to part ways with the USC product.
Smith hasn't played in a game since 2014, failing to make an active roster the past two seasons. He'll look to carve out a role on special teams and at the bottom of the receiver depth chart in Seattle in 2017.
The 28-year-old safety spent his first four seasons in the league with the Seahawks before spending last season with the Redskins. He was fifth on the depth chart for strong safety, so figured to have a long shot making the final roster.
It appears Ryan will be a full go Saturday after being knocked out of Seattle's Week 15 matchup with the Rams. He was placed in the league's concussion protocol after taking a hard hit in the open field at the end of a long run against the Rams, but Friday's injury report suggests that he'll be ready to play against the Cardinals.
The Seahawks lost their starting right guard on their first possession, and while he attempted to return just before halftime, Ifedi was unable to remain in the game. Now knocked out of the playoffs, the rookie will have plenty of time to get healthy for the offseason program.
Myers, a 2015 fifth-round pick out of Tennessee State, will look to secure a spot on the Seahawks' offensive line throughout the offseason. His versatility is a plus, while the team may elect to try him out primarily at right tackle.
Johnson sustained a concussion over a week ago, forcing him to sit out of the first week of practice. He has now passed concussion protocol testing and can return to the field. He will be eligible to play in Saturday's preseason opener against the Packers.
Jean-Baptiste was waived with an injury designation and placed on IR after he cleared waivers in August. The team expects him to compete for a depth secondary and special teams role in 2017.
The 27-year-old has been a fixture in two-tight end sets for much of his four seasons with the Seahawks, but he's provided most of his usefulness as a blocker. Willson was targeted just 21 times in 11 appearances in 2016, and he's unlikely to see much more volume during the upcoming campaign so long as Jimmy Graham enjoys relatively sound health.
After suffering a torn patellar tendon in Week 12 of his first campaign in Seattle, Graham faced an uphill battle to regain even a semblance of his former standing among the top tight ends in the NFL. Indeed, he didn't make an appearance last preseason and earned just 17 of 82 offensive snaps in the 2016 season opener. Ramping up his workload as the weeks ticked by, he notched the first of three 100-yard efforts in Week 3 and scattered six end-zone visits throughout a complete 16-game slate. The preceding was possible due to Graham's regular appearances on the injury report, typically due to non-injury, suggesting that rest was the recipe for his success. There's no telling if this is his high-water mark as a Seahawk, but he will turn 31 in November, meaning he could be hard-pressed to replicate a 65/923/6 line due to a combination of his age and medical history.
Rawls looks like the odd man out at first glance, as Lacy signed a one-year, $5.5 million contract with $3 million guaranteed, while Prosise offers an element of pass-catching and quickness that the other two running backs can't match. However, Prosise and Lacy were limited to just 11 combined games last season while battling injuries, with the latter also carrying major concerns regarding his weight. The addition of Lacy is undoubtedly discouraging for Rawls' 2017 prospects, but it's far from a death blow.
McDaniel did not take part in the wild-card win over the Lions last weekend due to a concussion he suffered in Week 17. Now cleared to play, the veteran will bolster Seattle's defensive line with a return Saturday and will likely resume his role as a starter. Should he have his reps monitored, look for Jarran Reed to see increased action.
Richardson made another spectacular grab in the second quarter that initially appeared to result in a 52-yard touchdown, but the play was shortened to a 33-yard gain on review after it was determined that the third-year wideout was down by contact at the Falcons' 19-yard line. Richardson was nevertheless impressive throughout the game, and his play during the late-season absence of Tyler Lockett (leg) certainly gives the Seahawks plenty of reason for optimism heading into the offseason. The 24-year-old wrapped up the 2016 season with 21 receptions (36 targets) for 288 yards and a touchdown, along with one rush for five yards.
Lane missed all but the final six games last season recovering from a broken wrist and torn ACL in the Super Bowl. He's healthy and likely the favorite for the starting job. The Seahawks, though, might rather him play nickelback, where he's been effective. Brandon Browner is also in the mix.
Wagner surpassed Chad Brown, who had 149 tackles in 1998. It was also Wagner's ninth game this season with at least 10 tackles.
The former category consists of linebackers LaRoy Reynolds (neck) and Jeremiah George (ankle). The probables are quarterback Blake Bortles (wrist), defensive ends Andre Branch (groin) and Chris Clemons (knee), safety Josh Evans (elbow), cornerback Demetrius McCray (ankle) and wideout Cecil Shorts (illness).
Seattle is dealing with some injuries to its receiving corps, most notably with Doug Baldwin (hamstring) questionable and Jermaine Kearse (calf) probable heading into Sunday, so Williams has been added to the active roster. Still, it's a long shot that Williams sees much in the way of playing time Sunday provided that Baldwin and Kearse are ultimately able to take the field against the Rams. Anthony McCoy was placed on injured reserve Saturday, opening a roster spot for Williams.
Desir was waived to clear a roster spot for wideout Isaiah Burse. Steve Williams and Trevor Williams will handle all the backup corner back reps with Desir gone.
Shead had also attracted interest from the Bills in free agency, but with the Seahawks submitting a competitive offer, the cornerback agreed to return to the only team he's played with in his career. The 28-year-old's health is somewhat of a question mark heading into training camp, as he sustained a left ACL injury during the Seahawks' divisional playoff loss to the Falcons. If Shead is back at full strength for the start of the season, he'll likely serve in a backup capacity in the secondary.
Picks that have signed are:
Fourth-round guard Terry Poole, fourth-round guard Mark Glowinski, sixth-round defensive end Obum Gwacham, fifth-round cornerback Tye Smith, sixth-round center Kristjan Sokoli and seventh-round safety Ryan Murphy.
Elliott was held out of practice all week, hinting that he is still a ways away from returning to game action. The rookie is merely a depth option for the Seahawks at cornerback, so his absence shouldn't affect Seattle's defensive effectiveness as a whole.
Thomas suffered the injury in Week 13 and was placed on injured reserve shortly thereafter. He mentioned the possibility of retirement on his Twitter account in December, and while broken tibias do require a lengthy rehab process, Thomas has apparently moved past any thought of hanging his cleats up. Though he may be absent from the offseason program and limited in training camp, he seems to be on track for Week 1.