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Stadium: CenturyLink Field | Coach: Pete Carroll
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense4th141.8 (3rd)236.9 (20th)
Defense2nd81.5 (1st)210.2 (2nd)
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56Avril, Cliff DE6-32604/8/19869Purdue
89Baldwin, Doug WR5-101929/21/19886Stanford
72Bennett, Michael DE6-427411/13/19858Texas A&M
2Boykin, Trevone QB6-02138/22/1993RTexas Christian
68Britt, Justin G6-63155/29/19913Missouri
30Brooks, Zac RB6-02002/1/1993RClemson
39Browner, Brandon DB6-42208/2/19847Oregon State
46Bryant, Brandin DT6-22899/16/1993RFlorida Atlantic
28Burley, Marcus DB5-111857/16/19904Delaware
31Chancellor, Kam SS6-32254/3/19887Virginia Tech
55Clark, Frank DE6-32606/14/19932Michigan
38Coleman, Kyle LB6-02319/30/1993RArkansas-Pine Bluff
36Collins, Alex RB5-102178/26/1994RArkansas
52Coyle, Brock MLB6-124510/12/19903Montana
85Echard, Clayton TE6-52604/29/1993RMissouri
1Elliott, DeAndre CB6-118811/21/1992RColorado State
73Evans, Jahri G6-43188/22/198311Bloomsburg
74Fant, George T6-52967/19/1992RWestern Kentucky
41Farmer, George CB6-12207/4/19931USC
1Foxx, Deshon WR5-1017711/27/19922Connecticut
48Frese, Nolan LS6-22337/29/1992RHouston
79Gilliam, Garry T6-531511/26/19903Penn State
63Glowinski, Mark G6-43105/3/19922West Virginia
14Goodley, Antwan WR5-102129/6/19912Baylor
88Graham, Jimmy TE6-726511/24/19867Miami (Fla.)
74Hamilton, Justin DT6-23157/27/19932Louisiana-Lafayette
64Harris, Tylor DE6-42842/16/1994RWake Forest
4Hauschka, Steven K6-42106/29/19859North Carolina State
5Heaps, Jake QB6-12176/19/19911Miami (Fla.)
97Hill, Jordan DT6-12902/8/19914Penn State
53Hunt, Joey C6-22992/22/1994RTexas Christian
83Hunter, Montario WR6-119011/23/1991RElizabeth City State
76Ifedi, Germain G6-53256/2/1994RTexas A&M
99Jefferson, Quinton DT6-42913/31/1993RMaryland
15Kearse, Jermaine WR6-12092/6/19905Washington
32Lambert, Keenan SAF6-02102/28/19921Norfolk State
20Lane, Jeremy CB6-01907/14/19905Northwestern State-Louisiana
11Lawler, Kenny WR6-22036/25/1994RCalifornia
65Lewis, Patrick C6-13051/30/19914Texas A&M
16Lockett, Tyler WR5-101829/28/19922Kansas State
59Longa, Steve OLB6-02419/29/1994RRutgers
91Marsh, Cassius DE6-42457/7/19923UCLA
33McCray, Kelcie SS6-22029/21/19885Arkansas State
93McDaniel, Tony DT6-73051/20/198511Tennessee
6McEvoy, Tanner DB6-62301/26/1993RWisconsin
19McNeil, Douglas WR6-32107/22/19883Bowie State
32Michael, Christine RB5-1022111/9/19904Texas A&M
57Morgan, Mike OLB6-32351/16/19886USC
43Nealy, Quayshawn LB6-02378/5/19911Georgia Tech
17Nwachukwu, Uzoma WR5-1119812/15/19901Texas A&M
70Odhiambo, Rees G6-43159/23/1992RBoise State
46Palacio, Kache LB6-22251/30/1994RWashington State
75Pericak, Will C6-330012/30/19892Colorado
58Pierre-Louis, Kevin OLB6-023010/7/19913Boston College
47Pinkins, Eric LB6-32308/7/19913San Diego State
69Poole, Terry T6-53002/27/19922San Diego State
26Pope, Troymaine RB5-1020711/29/1993RJacksonville State
40Powell, Tyvis FS6-32112/16/1994ROhio State
22Prosise, C.J. RB6-12205/20/1994RNotre Dame
34Rawls, Thomas RB5-92158/3/19932Central Michigan
37Reed, Trovon CB6-019112/30/19902Auburn
93Reed, Jarran DT6-331112/16/1992RAlabama
10Richardson, Paul WR6-01834/13/19923Colorado
43Robertson, Pete LB6-323312/12/1992RTexas Tech
44Robinson, Ryan DE6-325512/9/19904Oklahoma State
77Rubin, Ahtyba DT6-23107/25/19869Iowa State
9Ryan, Jon P6-021711/26/198111Regina (Canada)
35Shead, DeShawn CB6-22126/28/19885Portland State
25Sherman, Richard CB6-31953/30/19886Stanford
91Shirley, Josh LB6-12351/4/19922Nevada-Las Vegas
96Siliga, Sealver DT6-23454/26/19906Utah
27Simon, Tharold CB6-32023/6/19914Louisiana State
21Smith, Tye CB6-01955/3/19932Towson
17Smith, Kevin WR6-021812/21/19912Washington
67Sokoli, Kristjan G6-53009/24/19912Buffalo
40Sommers, Joe TE6-32403/3/1993RWis.-Oshkosh
78Sowell, Bradley T6-73096/6/19895Mississippi
23Terrell, Steven FS5-101979/21/19904Texas A&M
29Thomas, Earl FS5-102025/7/19897Texas
45Tupou, Taani FB6-128412/13/1992RWashington
94Tyson, DeAngelo DE6-23154/12/19894Georgia
81Vannett, Nick TE6-62573/6/1993ROhio State
54Wagner, Bobby MLB6-02456/27/19905Utah State
73Webb, J'Marcus T6-73308/8/19887West Texas A&M
18Williams, Kasen WR6-121912/5/19922Washington
86Williams, Brandon TE6-324710/12/19874Oregon
82Willson, Luke TE6-52521/15/19904Rice
3Wilson, Russell QB5-1121511/29/19885Wisconsin
50Wright, K.J. OLB6-42467/23/19896Mississippi State
Injured Players
95Barnes, Tavaris (IR) DE6-428411/2/19912Clemson
42Cottom, Brandon (IR) TE6-226212/21/19922Purdue
 French, Christian (IR) LB6-52458/18/1992ROregon
14Fuller, Jeff (IR) WR6-42234/20/19901Texas A&M
84Helfet, Cooper (IR) TE6-32396/2/19895Duke
30Jean-Baptiste, Stanley (IR) CB6-32154/12/19903Nebraska
38Madden, Tre (IR) RB6-02238/16/1993RUSC
42Perkins, David (IR) DE6-22331/13/1993RIllinois State
39Seisay, Mohammed (IR) DB6-22065/22/19903Nebraska
87Shields, Ronnie (IR) TE6-424512/15/19911Kentucky
8Slavin, Tyler (IR) WR6-12011/29/1992RNew Mexico Highlands
Roster Analysis
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Position Listing
Quayshawn Nealy
No Updates
Taani Tupou
No Updates
Quinton Jefferson
No Updates
Kelcie McCray
The Seahawks acquired safety Kelcie McCray from the Chiefs on Saturday, reports USA Today. McCray totaled 11 tackles in 16 games last season. The Chiefs will receive a fifth-round draft pick.
Deshon Foxx
No Updates
C.J. Prosise
Prosise (hamstring) is expected to return to practice Monday, according to seattlepi.com.

Despite missing most of training camp along with the first two weeks of the preseason, Prosise may still have time to earn a role in the Week 1 offense, as he's the only Seattle running back that has the potential to excel as a pass-catcher. Thomas Rawls and Christine Michael seem to be locked in as the top two rushers, but they've combined for just 20 career receptions, compared to 253 carries. Michael did focus on his receiving skills during the offseason, and while Seattle brass has confirmed that he's much-improved in that regard, it's still hard to imagine him being any better than serviceable on passing downs. Prosise, on the other hand, has a shot to emerge as one of the league's top receiving threats out of the backfield, as he mostly played wide receiver until his senior year of college. Even if he doesn't win the job before Week 1, the third-round rookie should get a crack at the passing-down role at some point during the season.

Hamstring - Probable for start of season
Kevin Pierre-Louis
Seahawks second-year linebacker Kevin Pierre-Louis has been cleared to return to the field for OTAs. 

Pierre-Louis suffered a season-ending shoulder injury last November. He tweeted on Wednesday that he's been cleared to return to action. 

Kenny Lawler
Lawler caught three of six targets for 47 yards Thursday in Seattle's second preseason game.

A seventh-round pick, Lawler played well for the most part. He is battling for the last WR spot. His chances of making the roster could come down to how many receivers the team keeps. If it keeps only five, he'll likely be out of luck.

Tyler Slavin
The Rams reached the NFL's 75-man roster limit Tuesday with the release of 13 players, per ESPN.com, who include: OT Steven Baker, OT Travis Bond, CB Imoan Claiborne, S Jay Hughes, LB Keshaun Malone, LS Tyler Ott, K/P Michael Palardy, WR Tyler Slavin, TE Brad Smelley (waived/injured), LB Korey Toomer (waived/injured), C David Wang, WR Damian Williams (contract terminated) and DT Doug Worthington.

CB E.J. Gaines (foot) was placed on injured reserve. The Rams had previously waived/injured receiver Isiah Ferguson but he reverted to injured reserve with a torn ACL.

K.J. Wright
Wright went back to Seattle's locker room with an undisclosed injury during Thursday's preseason game against the Vikings, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio KJR reports.

The extent of Wright's injury has yet to be determined, but the team's training staff removed him from the game and took him back to the locker room after he was shaken up in the second quarter of Thursday's tilt. A further update on Wright's injury figures to be made available after halftime.

Ronnie Shields
The Seahawks waived/injured Shields (Achilles) on Saturday, Adam Caplan of ESPN reports.

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.

Jahri Evans
Saints guard Jahri Evans reworked his contract this offseason to secure his future with the team, per ESPN.com.

Evans, who is entering his 10th season in the NFL, took pay cuts in 2015 and 2016, but also added an extra year to his contract, something he valued in the process.

"It worked out in the end. You know, it's part of the business, obviously. And I'm glad to be here," Evans said.

Evans said he was happy head coach Sean Payton kept the line of communication with him active throughout the process.

"So that was very great, and I was pleased with that," said Evans, who added, "I still had two years under contract, so I never saw myself not being here."

Jake Heaps
Heaps is pushing pushing rookie Trevone Boykin for the backup spot behind Russell Wilson, the Seattle Times reports.

According to Doug Baldwin, Heaps has been the most accurate passer in training camp. Boykin still has the edge, though, as the Seahawks like that his dual-threat style is similar to Wilson's. The team also has not ruled out signing a veteran after cuts start in the next couple weeks.

Joe Sommers
No Updates
Kristjan Sokoli
The Seahawks have six of their eight draft picks under contract.

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.

The only picks yet to sign with the team are second-round defensive end Frank Clark and third-round receiver Tyler Lockett.

Sealver Siliga
Siliga (calf) was activated from the team's NFI list Thursday, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio KJR reports.

Siliga was dealing with a calf injury earlier during training camp, but appears ready to return to the practice field. Siliga is expected to provide depth at defensive tackle this season, likely sharing second-team reps with rookie Jarran Reed. The Seahawks' preseason opener is set for Saturday versus the Chiefs, although it remains to be seen if Siliga will be pushed into action that quick.

Mike Morgan
Morgan will be available for Thursday's preseason matchup with the Vikings, Liz Mathews of 710 ESPN Seattle reports.

Morgan saw a specialist for a groin injury earlier in the week, but as expected, it's nothing too serious. He's expected to be available for Thursday's outing with the Vikings, which means he should be over the injury moving forward. Morgan currently projects to take on a starter's role during the upcoming season and he doesn't appear to be in danger of missing Week 1.

Mohammed Seisay
The Seahawks placed safety Mohammed Seisay and running back Robert Turbin on injured reserve, reports ESPN.

Turbin was dealing with an ankle injury while Seisay's injury is not known at this time.

Tanner McEvoy
McEvoy hauled in 3-of-6 passes for a team-leading 77 receiving yards and a touchdown in Saturday's preseason opener at Kansas City.

The 6-foot-6 undrafted free agent out of Wisconsin will look to stick at wide receiver after also playing some quarterback and safety in college. Off the field problems scared teams away from the rookie on draft day, but he could make a push for a roster spot if he continues to impress.

Tharold Simon
Simon (toe) "hasn't missed anything" this offseason according to HC Pete Carroll and has been operating as the starting right cornerback in the Seahawks' base defense during their offseason program, The Seattle Times reports.

Simon lost the near-majority of the 2015 campaign due to a dislocated toe, but Carroll has since declared Simon healthy and reported that he has taken "all the snaps" opposite Richard Sherman with the Seahawks' first-team defense. Jeremy Lane was expected to be in the mix to start outside, but has reportedly only worked out of nickel and dime packages during the offseason program. Thus, the starting job appears to be Simon's to lose.

Kam Chancellor
Chancellor (groin) is not expected to play in Thursday's preseason game against the Vikings, Gregg Bell of The News Tribune reports.

Chancellor sat out Seattle's first preseason game Saturday while dealing with the minor groin injury. At this point in the preseason, there's still not much concern Chancellor's injury will linger into the regular season.

Doug Baldwin
Baldwin hauled in both of his targets for 23 yards in Saturday's preseason debut at Kansas City.

Baldwin immediately renewed his rapport with quarterback Russell Wilson, coming down with catches on each of Seattle's first two offensive plays. The veteran receiver didn't see much action in this one, but he should play a major role in the passing game after finding the end zone on 14 of his 78 receptions in 2015.

Nick Vannett
Vannett was diagnosed with a high ankle sprain after he left Thursday's preseason game against Minnesota, according to seattlepi.com.

High-ankle sprains have a bad reputation among football fans and do often lead to extended absences, but there's still a wide range for the recovery timetable, depending on the severity of the given injury. While it's not unheard of for a player to miss an entire season because of a high-ankle sprain, there have also been instances in which players were back at full health within a couple weeks. Vannett had to use crutches after he left Thursday's game, but head coach Pete Carroll did say that the team's training staff was "really pleased" with how the ankle responded to initial testing. Vannett still faces an uphill battle to be ready by Week 1, and with Jimmy Graham (knee) also uncertain, Luke Willson may have to play nearly all of the offensive snaps. A late third-round draft pick (94th overall), Vannett earned a reputation for his blocking at Ohio State, but his lack of speed (4.85 40-yard dash) will likely cap his upside as a receiver. He does still have the potential to develop into a solid NFL starter, particularly if he's in a run-oriented offense that has plenty of pass-catching talent at other positions. Seattle could be an ideal long-term fit if the team moves on from Jimmy Graham after this season.

Tyvis Powell
No Updates
Michael Bennett
Bennett was kicked out of Thursday's practice for butting heads with teammates, Sports Illustrated reports.

Bennett is known as a fierce competitor, and his emotions got the better of him Thursday, as he continuously jawed and mixed it up with offensive players during the latter portion of practice. Bennett will almost certainly not face any kind of significant punishment for his behavior, as he is one of the more valuable players on Seattle's defense. The skirmishes Bennett got involved in were most likely just a result of fierce competition, which is often encouraged during training camp, although not to the extent of disrupting practice.

Cassius Marsh
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said defensive end Cassius Marsh is 100 percent after recovering from a broken foot sustained this past October. 

“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. 

Jordan Hill
The Seahawks announced a several of roster moves on Tuesday, according to the Everett Herald. The team placed defensive tackle Jordan Hill on injured reserve with a calf injury. In a corresponding move, Seattle signed defensive back Steven Terrell off the practice squad to fill Hill's roster spot. Defensive tackle Jimmy Staten was also signed to the practice squad.

Hill played in 13 games, recording 19 tackles, 5.5 sacks and an interception.

Troymaine Pope
Pope carried 10 times for 86 yards a touchdown in an impressive performance Thursday in Seattle's second preseason game.

Pope is buried on the depth chart, but he definitely turned heads. He ran tough between the tackles and showed a good burst. Pope was named the FCS Running Back of the Year last season, leading Jacksonville State to the FCS title game. He rushed for 1,788 yards, averaging an FCS-leading 8.2 yards per carry. The Seahawks likely will keep four running backs. Alex Collins, who is expected to win that job, has not impressed thus far, opening the door for Pope.

David Perkins
Zac Brooks
Brooks (hamstring) had two carries for 10 yards and one reception for four yards in Thursday's preseason loss to Minnesota.

A seventh-round rookie, Brooks missed Seattle's first preseason game and was used sparingly Thursday night. His roster odds don't look good, as Thomas Rawls (ankle), Christine Michael and C.J. Prosise (hamstring) are all locks, and fifth-round rookie Alex Collins seems to be far ahead of Brooks.

Cliff Avril
Avril (not injury related) is active Sunday against the Ravens.

Avril missed the first two days of practice this week, but that was likely maintenance-related, as he logged a full day of work Friday. The pass rushing specialist did not record a tackle after playing just 37 snaps Week 13, but had collected four total sacks in the three games prior to that outing. The inconsistency makes him tough to rely on as an IDP week-to-week.

George Farmer
The Cowboys have released George Farmer and signed fellow undrafted rookie free agent wide receiver David Porter, the Dallas Morning News has reported.

Farmer was on the field for 18 plays and targeted twice in the preseason opener, but did not make a catch. Porter, who was let go by Denver on Monday, caught 39 passes for 392 yards and three touchdowns last season for TCU.

Will Pericak
The Broncos released the following players on Sunday: Linebacker Jamar Chaney, running back Brennan Clay, wide receiver Greg Hardin, linebacker Jerrell Harris, offensive tackle Winston Justice, safety Charles Mitchell, defensive tackle Will Pericak, quarterback Bryn Renner, defensive end Chase Vaughn, running back Jerodis Williams and wide receiver Greg Wilson.
Tavaris Barnes
Barnes was signed by the Seahawks on Thursday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.

Barnes spent the 2015 season in New Orleans with the Saints where he notched five tackles (three solo) in 12 contests. At this point he's a bit of a longshot to make Seattle's final roster.

Justin Hamilton
No Updates
Alex Collins
Collins had seven touches for 21 yards in an unimpressive performance in Seattle's second preseason game Thursday.

Collins missed a key block that resulted in a sack and also dropped a pass that went right through his hands. He averaged a mere 2.2 yards per carry (6 for 13). Collins is fourth on the depth chart, but he doesn't appear to be doing much to hold onto that. Meanwhile, undrafted free agent Troymaine Pope impressed and could push Collins for the final RB spot.

Montario Hunter
No Updates
Richard Sherman
Pete Carroll relayed Wednesday that Seahawks premier cornerback Richard Sherman (ankle) is "ready" to play Thursday in San Francisco.

Sherman was rested the last few days in order to rest "a little thing on his ankle," but will be available for the 71st consecutive game to start his career.

Marcus Burley
The Seahawks have listed the following players as inactive for Sunday's Super Bowl: B.J. Daniels, Marcus Burley, Patrick Lewis, Keavon Milton, David King, Garry Gilliam and Kevin Norwood, the team announced.

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.

Uzoma Nwachukwu
The Texans finalized their 53-man roster Saturday by placing receiver Alan Bonner (hamstring), tackle Brennan Williams (knee), and linebacker Trevardo Williams (knee) on injured reserve. Houston also released defensive lineman Daniel Muir, defensive tackle David Hunter and receiver Michael Smith with an injury settlement.

In addition, the Texans waived the following 18 players from the roster: defensive end Keith Browner, tight end Jake Byrne, cornerback Roc Carmichael, fullback Tyler Clutts, linebacker Cameron Collins, receiver Andy Cruse, offensive lineman Tyler Horn, defensive end Delano Johnson, running back Dennis Johnson, safety Orhian Johnson, defensive tackle Chris Jones, running back Deji Karim, offensive lineman Alex Kupper, cornerback Elbert Mack, tackle Nate Menkin, linebacker Mike Mohamed, receiver Uzoma Nwachukwu and safety Jawanza Starling.
Steven Terrell
The Seahawks announced a several of roster moves on Tuesday, according to the Everett Herald. The team placed defensive tackle Jordan Hill on injured reserve with a calf injury. In a corresponding move, Seattle signed defensive back Steven Terrell off the practice squad to fill Hill's roster spot. Defensive tackle Jimmy Staten was also signed to the practice squad.

Hill played in 13 games, recording 19 tackles, 5.5 sacks and an interception.

Christian French
Antwan Goodley
The Cowboys pared down their roster to 75 players on Tuesday by releasing four and giving injury designations to six, according to the team's official website.

The Cowboys waived linebacker Jonathan Brown, wide receivers Antwan Goodley and David Porter and and tight end Brandon Barden. They also waived/injured defensive end Kenneth Boatright, running back Michael Hill and offensive tackle R.J. Dill.

Dallas also placed Orlando Scandrick on IR, Chaz Green on the PUP list and Mark Nzeocha on the NFI list.

Brandin Bryant
No Updates
Steven Hauschka
Hauschka was 3-for-3 on field goals, including two 50-yarders, in Saturday's preseason opener against the Chiefs. His third was from 49 yards.

Hauschka looked in regular-season form. He finished eighth in kicker scoring last season after ranking fourth in 2013 and 2014. He is also ranks fourth in NFL history in field-goal accuracy at 86.8 percent.

Clayton Echard
No Updates
Jermaine Kearse
Kearse did not catch either of the two targets thrown to him in Saturday's preseason opener.

As expected, Kearse didn't play much. The throws that missed him were off target, as well. He's slated to the No. 2 WR again this season.

Frank Clark
Clark sat out Thursday's practice due to a calf injury, Liz Mathews of 710 ESPN Seattle reports.

Short of being confirmed as a calf injury, little is known about the severity of Clark's injury and as such he's without a return timetable. He played in 15 games for the Seahawks in what was his rookie year in 2015, totaling three sacks, two passes defensed, and 16 tackles. Montese Overton figures to see some added reps as long as Clark is sidelined.

Terry Poole
The Seahawks have six of their eight draft picks under contract.

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.

The only picks yet to sign with the team are second-round defensive end Frank Clark and third-round receiver Tyler Lockett.

Ryan Robinson
The Seahawks have waived/injured defensive end Ryan Robinson, who sustained an Achilles tendon injury in OTAs.

Robinson spent time on the team's practice squad last season before signing a futures contract. He had been a pleasant surprise in OTAs this spring, even gaining some time with the first unit when Michael Bennett and Cliff Avril were unavailable.

If he clears waivers, he will be placed on Seattle's injured reserve list.

Trevone Boykin
Boykin was 10-of-20 passing for 127 yards and an interception in a loss Thursday to the Vikings in Seattle's second preseason game.

Boykin struggled with accuracy and made two big blunders that cost the team the game. Tied 11-11 late in the fourth quarter, he threw an ill-advised pass that was returned to the house. Then after driving the Seahawks to the five-yard line in the waning seconds, he took a sack instead of throwing the ball away. Boykin has big-play ability, but it's still unclear if is trustworthy enough for the backup job. If not, the team will hunt for a free-agent veteran.

Tye Smith
The Seahawks have six of their eight draft picks under contract.

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.

The only picks yet to sign with the team are second-round defensive end Frank Clark and third-round receiver Tyler Lockett.

Garry Gilliam
The Seahawks have listed the following players as inactive for Sunday's Super Bowl: B.J. Daniels, Marcus Burley, Patrick Lewis, Keavon Milton, David King, Garry Gilliam and Kevin Norwood, the team announced.

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.

Douglas McNeil
The Seahawks have signed 11 players to future contracts, the team announced Wednesday.

Running back Demitrius Bronson, wide receiver Douglas McNeil, tight end RaShaun Allen, tackle Justin Renfrow, guards Nate Isles and Drew Nowak, defensive ends Ryan Robinson and Julius Warmsley, defensive tackle Jimmy Staten, linebacker Mike Zimmer and safety Dion Bailey will look to compete for spots on the final 53-man roster in 2015.

Tyler Lockett
Lockett is an integral part of the Seahawks' planning on offense going into this season, ESPN.com reports.

Lockett proved to be a dynamic weapon during his rookie season, making the Pro Bowl as a returner thanks to two touchdowns, while also tying for the rookie lead with six receiving scores as well. On the whole, Lockett caught 51 passes for 664 yards, but those totals could reach the next level this season, as he figures to be an invaluable member of the Seahawks' offense. With an uncanny ability to get open, Lockett is expected to line up all over the field in 2016, and reports of his continued development this offseason make him someone to target in drafts ahead of a potential breakout sophomore season.

Ahtyba Rubin
Rubin and the Seahawks agreed on a three-year deal Monday, Liz Mathews of ESPN reports.

Rubin played in all 16 games for the Seahawks last season, resulting in 36 tackles, two sacks, and one interception. Barring something unforeseen, the 29-year-old will be in store for a similar workload in 2016.

Tylor Harris
No Updates
Brandon Cottom
The Seahawks waived/injured Cottom (Achilles) on Saturday, Adam Caplan of ESPN reports.

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.

Steve Longa
No Updates
Cooper Helfet
The Seahawks waived/injured Helfet (foot) on Saturday, Adam Caplan of ESPN reports.

Helfet has been tending to a fractured foot in the early days of training camp, which has seemingly spurred the Seahawks to turn elsewhere for tight end depth. If he clears waivers, he'll revert to injured reserve.

Christine Michael
Michael gained 55 yards on 10 carries and nine yards on one reception (one target) in Thursday's preseason game against the Vikings.

Coming off a 7-44-0 rushing line in the preseason opener, Michael was busy from the get-go Thursday night, tallying five carries and one catch on Seattle's opening drive. He served as the primary running back until midway through the second quarter, at one point ripping off gains of five, eight and 16 yards on consecutive plays. Recent comments from team brass suggest Michael could be a big part of the Seattle offense, even if Thomas Rawls (ankle) and C.J. Prosise (hamstring) are both available by Week 1.

Russell Wilson
Wilson was 5-of-11 passing for 77 yards and was sacked four times in Seattle's loss to the Vikings in their second preseason game Thursday.

Through two games, the Wilson-led first-team offense has not scored a point. A couple of the sacks were Wilson's fault for holding onto the ball too long, and another was the fault of running back Alex Collins who failed to make a key block. The offensive line, though, looked shaky at the tackle spots, which likely will continue to be an issue into the season. Even though the first-teamers have played about two quarters total in two games, their lack of production is still a bit concerning.

Jeff Fuller
The Dolphins released nine players including guard Lance Louis, who played in 41 games for the Bears over his first four seasons. Also cut were linebacker Michael Clay, wideouts Jeff Fuller, Julius Pruitt and Andrell Smith, defensive end Emeka Onyenekwu, linebackers Nathan Williams and David Hinds and fullback Jorvorskie Lane.
Tre Madden
Madden was waived by the Seahawks Saturday, Adam Caplan of the ESPN reports.

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.

Nolan Frese
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Jon Ryan
Seahawks punter Jon Ryan doesn't normally throw the ball. But when called on Sunday, Ryan delivered. With Seattle down 16-0, the Seahawks lined up for what would have been a 38 yard field goal, when Ryan pulled the ball away from kicker Steven Hauschka and started to scramble.

Ryan then saw offensive lineman Garry Gilliam down the field in the end zone and tossed it for a touchdown. It was Ryan's first career touchdown pass and first pass he had attempted since 2009.

DeAngelo Tyson
Germain Ifedi
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Stanley Jean-Baptiste
Jean-Baptiste (shoulder) has been placed on the Seahawks' waived/injured list.

Jean-Baptiste, signed onto Seattle's practice squad in December, reportedly injured his shoulder during Saturday's preseason opener against Kansas City. As for the Seahawks, this move creates space for the return of DT Tony McDaniels.

Justin Britt
The Seahawks have listed the following players as probable for the Super Bowl on Sunday: J.R. Sweezy (ankle), Justin Britt (knee), Marshawn Lynch (back), Earl Thomas (shoulder), Richard Sherman (elbow) and Kam Chancellor (knee).

Chancellor was a late addition to the injury report, when he fell on the next-to-last play of practice and missed the last play. He was not limping on his way off. All other players were full participants in practice Friday.

The Seahawks are currently 1-point underdogs against New England.

Luke Willson
Willson failed to haul in his lone target in Thursday's preseason game against the Vikings.

More important than his stat line, Willson appears to have made it through the game without an injury, whereas fellow tight end Nick Vannett (ankle) did not. With Jimmy Graham (knee) still not participating in team drills and in danger of missing the start of the season, Willson may head into Week 1 with a near every-down role by default. His fantasy appeal would still be very limited, as Willson previously served as Seattle's top tight end after Graham was injured last season, catching just five passes over his final four games.

Jimmy Graham
Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said the team saw progress in Graham's knee after running some tests over the weekend, according to seattlepi.com.

Though he didn't care to elaborate during Sunday's media session, Carroll did provide some useful information just four days prior, saying that Graham is close to being cleared for team drills. At this point, Graham might not be ready for Week 1 even if he were to return to practice within the next few days, as his initial participation in team drills probably wouldn't include full-contact work. The 29-year-old tight end is highly unlikely to play in a preseason game, but the Seahawks haven't given up hope that he could be ready for Week 1. Even if he does suit up for the first game, Graham might be eased back in with a part-time role, and there's no guarantee he'll fully regain his explosiveness.

Knee - Probable for start of season
Joey Hunt
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Thomas Rawls
Rawls (ankle) was a full participant at Sunday's practice, and he's on track to get the Week 1 start, ESPN's Sheil Kapadia reports.

Mostly limited to individual work throughout training camp, Rawls returned to team drills at the beginning of the week, albeit with some limitations. The restrictions were lifted Sunday, with the Seahawks allowing Rawls to log his first full-contact practice since he broke his ankle in Week 14 last season, according to seattlepi.com. The second-year running back still isn't sure if he'll play in the preseason, but he does expect to be ready for Week 1, and head coach Pete Carroll seems to agree. However, Carroll also said he views Rawls and Christine Michael as a 1-2 punch, suggesting that the latter has earned a significant role. Further complicating the situation, third-round rookie C.J. Prosise (hamstring) is expected to return to practice Monday, potentially giving him enough time to earn a role on passing downs.

Ankle - Probable for start of season
Eric Pinkins
On the first day of Seahawks' minicamp, second-year cornerback Eric Pinkins lined up at linebacker, even rushing the passer on occasion. 

"Yeah, we are trying him at outside ‘backer to use his speed and see if he can’t be a really special addition to that spot," coach Pete Carroll said, per the Seattle Times. "You know, he’s real fast. He’s close to 230 pounds, almost 240 here a couple weeks back and as he trimmed up for camp, we just had the idea. We want to take a look and see what it looks like. So that’s what we’re going to … we’re going to throw him in here these first couple of weeks and into the OTAs season and see how far that goes."

Tony McDaniel
McDaniel collected four tackles (one solo) and a sack in Sunday's 38-10 loss to the Panthers.

The veteran tackle came on strong over the final four weeks, collecting 17 stops (nine solo) and a sack. He acquitted himself well in Akeem Spence's stead over the last three games in particular, and displayed the veteran leadership and savvy that prompted the Bucs to sign him to a one-year free agent deal this past summer after he was a salary cap casualty in Seattle. Now 30 years old, McDaniel is still a solid run stopper with some pass rushing ability from the tackle position, and should certainly be a part of a team's defensive line rotation in 2016.

Pete Robertson
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Kache Palacio
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J'Marcus Webb
The Raiders announced on Thursday that they have signed offensive tackle J'Marcus Webb to a contract. 

Webb was previously with the Vikings from 2013-2014 and spent time with the Bears from 2010-2012. He's appeared in 55 games and has notched 45 starts. Webb reunites with Raiders offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave, who was on the Vikings staff in 2013. 

Josh Shirley
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Kyle Coleman
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Brandon Browner
Browner is pegged for a role in which he will be assigned specific tight ends or bigger receivers depending on the opponent, the Seattle Times reports.

At 32, Browner no longer has the skills to start at cornerback. It showed last year with the Saints when he led the league with 11 defensive holding penalties (nine accepted) and six personal fouls. He also was flagged three times for pass interference. The Seahawks, though, think they can use him strategically, capitalizing on his size (6-4, 220) against bigger receivers, after they struggled against tight ends last season.

Kevin Smith
Smith was promoted from the practice squad on Tuesday.

The Seahawks were only carrying four wide receivers, and with Paul Richardson (hamstring) ailing, Smith was brought in to provide depth. However, this is not an offense that lends itself to much wide receiver production, especially down the depth chart.

Trovon Reed
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Paul Richardson
Richardson was not thrown pass in Seattle's second preseason game Thursday.

Richardson caught three of six targets for 23 yards in the first preseason game. He doesn't figure to be a big part of the passing game this year. He's the fourth receiver, which likely means inconsistent opportunities.

Jeremy Lane
Lane will compete with DeShawn Shead to start at right cornerback, the Seattle Times reports.

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.

Keenan Lambert
The Raiders claimed safety Keenan Lambert off waivers, the team announced Sunday. Lambert has never appeared in an NFL game.
George Fant
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Patrick Lewis
The Seahawks worked in a new first-team center on Tuesday and it wasn't the one projected to fill Max Unger's vacant spot.

According to ESPN.com, Lemuel Jeanpierre worked with the first team during Tuesday's OTA practice. Patrick Lewis, who many projected to be the front-runner for the job, worked in as Jeanpierre's backup.

After practice, coach Pete Carroll said Jeanpierre earned the opportunity to begin OTAs as the first-team center.

Jeanpierre has been with the Seahawks since 2011 and Lewis joined the squad a year ago. Jeanpierre has 11 career starts and Lewis has four, all of which happened with Seattle in 2014.  

Bobby Wagner
Pete Carroll said Wednesday that Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner (pectoral) will suit up Thursday at San Francisco.

Wagner wasn't available for the Week 6 loss to the Panthers, as he tended to a pectoral strain, but he logged full practices both Tuesday and Wednesday, blazing a trail for his return. On the season, he ranks second on the team in tackles with 41.

Kasen Williams
Williams was added to Seattle's active roster Saturday.

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.

Brandon Williams
Williams was signed by the Seahawks on Thursday, Stephen Cohen of seattlepi.com reports.

Williams, a 28-year-old tight end, has recorded just four career catches so it's unlikely he'll make much of an impact in Seattle. He'll be a long-shot to get through the offseason without being cut, while Jimmy Graham and Luke Willson figure to lead the tight end corps.

DeShawn Shead
Shead will compete with Jeremy Lane to start at right cornerback, the Seattle Times reports.

Shead started five games at cornerback last season and had one interception. He has two inches on Lane, who might be the preferred nickelback anyway. Brandon Browner is also in the mix.

Mark Glowinski
The Seahawks have six of their eight draft picks under contract.

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.

The only picks yet to sign with the team are second-round defensive end Frank Clark and third-round receiver Tyler Lockett.

Brock Coyle
Coyle was held out of Thursday's practice due to an oblique injury, Liz Mathews of 710 ESPN Seattle reports.

It's unclear how severe Coyle's injury is and he's currently without a timetable to return. He's likely competing for a role off the bench and on special teams once again. In 2015, he played just 1.5 percent of Seattle's defensive snaps, but 36.8 percent of the team's special teams snaps. Look for Steve Longa to see extra reps while Coyle is out.

Rees Odhiambo
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Jarran Reed
Reed is dealing with a toe injury as well as a tweaked ankle according to head coach Pete Carroll, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio KJR reports.

The specifics of the injury remain undisclosed and there has been no timeline provided for his return. Barring the injury being anything serous, the Seahawks' second-round selection in April figures to rotate in behind Ahtyba Rubin and Jordan Hill during his rookie campaign.

Bradley Sowell
The Cardinals signed offensive tackle Bradley Sowell to a one-year deal, the organization announced on Thursday

Sowell, who will enter his fourth NFL season, signed with the Cardinals in 2013. Due to injuries on the offensive line, Sowell started 12 of Arizona's 16 regular-season games. He did not start a game in 2014. 

DeAndre Elliott
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Earl Thomas
Thomas (hip) is active for Sunday's game at Minnesota.

Thomas, who has 53 total tackles and three interceptions so far on the season, should not be slowed down by his hip issue in this game.

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