|Offense||12th||99.4 (25th)||257.8 (10th)|
|Defense||5th||92.9 (7th)||225.8 (8th)|
|58||Alexander, D.J.||LB||6-2||233||9/30/1991||3||Oregon State|
|47||Bass, David||DE||6-4||267||9/11/1990||5||Missouri Western State|
|72||Bennett, Michael||DE||6-4||274||11/13/1985||9||Texas A&M|
|5||Brock, Tramaine||DB||5-10||197||8/20/1988||8||Belhaven College|
|66||Brown, Darrell||T||6-5||276||12/21/1993||R||Louisiana Tech|
|Butler, Rodney||LB||6-1||212||//||R||New Mexico State|
|32||Carson, Chris||RB||6-0||218||9/16/1994||R||Oklahoma State|
|31||Chancellor, Kam||SS||6-3||225||4/3/1988||8||Virginia Tech|
|39||Davis, Mike||RB||5-9||217||2/19/1993||3||South Carolina|
|6||Davis, Austin||QB||6-2||221||6/2/1989||6||Southern Mississippi|
|87||Donatell, Steve||TE||6-6||241||3/5/1994||R||Western Kentucky|
|21||Elliott, DeAndre||CB||6-1||189||11/21/1992||2||Colorado State|
|74||Fant, George||T||6-5||322||7/19/1992||2||Western Kentucky|
|52||Garvin, Terence||LB||6-3||235||1/1/1991||5||West Virginia|
|63||Glowinski, Mark||G||6-4||310||5/3/1992||3||West Virginia|
|88||Graham, Jimmy||TE||6-7||265||11/24/1986||8||Miami (Fla.)|
|64||Harris, Tylor||DE||6-4||306||2/16/1994||1||Wake Forest|
|76||Ifedi, Germain||G||6-5||325||6/2/1994||2||Texas A&M|
|78||Joeckel, Luke||T||6-6||312||11/6/1991||5||Texas A&M|
|92||Jones, Nazair||DT||6-5||304||12/13/1994||R||North Carolina|
|20||Lane, Jeremy||CB||6-0||190||7/14/1990||6||Northwestern State-Louisiana|
|93||Liggins, Jeremy||DT||6-3||315||3/31/1993||R||Ole Miss|
|16||Lockett, Tyler||WR||5-10||182||9/28/1992||3||Kansas State|
|38||Madden, Tre||RB||6-0||235||8/16/1993||2||Southern California|
|39||McCray, Demetrius||DB||6-2||198||5/11/1991||3||Appalachian State|
|41||McDonald, Dewey||LB||6-0||229||6/10/1990||4||California (PA)|
|94||McDowell, Malik||DT||6-6||299||6/20/1996||R||Michigan State|
|14||McKissic, J.D.||RB||5-10||195||8/15/1993||1||Arkansas State|
|83||Moore, David||WR||6-2||219||1/15/1995||R||East Central (OK)|
|57||Morgan, Mike||OLB||6-3||235||1/16/1988||7||Southern California|
|70||Odhiambo, Rees||G||6-4||315||9/23/1992||2||Boise State|
|49||Palacio, Kache||LB||6-1||237||1/30/1994||1||Washington State|
|53||Peters, Otha||LB||6-0||238||2/27/1994||R||UL Lafayette|
|22||Prosise, C.J.||RB||6-1||225||5/20/1994||2||Notre Dame|
|34||Rawls, Thomas||RB||5-9||215||8/3/1993||3||Central Michigan|
|1||Rogers, Darreus||WR||6-1||218||9/3/1993||R||Southern California|
|77||Rubin, Ahtyba||DT||6-2||310||7/25/1986||10||Iowa State|
|9||Ryan, Jon||P||6-0||217||11/26/1981||12||Regina (Canada)|
|65||Senior, Justin||T||6-5||329||7/8/1994||R||Mississippi State|
|35||Shead, DeShawn||CB||6-2||212||6/28/1989||6||Portland State|
|17||Smith, Rodney||WR||6-5||225||3/11/1990||3||Florida State|
|81||Vannett, Nick||TE||6-5||261||3/6/1993||2||Ohio State|
|54||Wagner, Bobby||MLB||6-0||245||6/27/1990||6||Utah State|
|50||Wright, K.J.||OLB||6-4||246||7/23/1989||7||Mississippi State|
|Johnson, Malcolm (IR)||RB||6-1||231||8/11/1992||3||Mississippi State|
|37||Simone, Jordan (IR)||SAF||5-11||190||7/21/1992||R||Arizona State|
|Team||OLine Avg. Ht||OLine Avg. Wt||DLine Avg. Ht||DLine Avg. Wt||Avg. Age||Youngest||Oldest|
Carson and Lacy worked with the first-team offense because Thomas Rawls was out with a minor ankle injury. Carson also had one catch for 17 yards and forced a fumble on a kickoff return coverage. He seems safely ahead of Alex Collins and Mike Davis on the depth chart. Carson still probably needs an injury to Rawls, Lacy or C.J. Prosise to get regular-season reps.
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.
Darboh doesn't necessarily have a concussion but the Seahawks are going to make sure before they let him get back on the field. While the third-round rookie is in pretty safe standing as far as securing a roster spot goes, missed time at this stage in the preseason could potentially have a negative impact on his ability to carve out a significant role on offense ahead of Week 1.
A sixth-round pick out of Mississippi State, Senior struggled to stay healthy during his short stint in Seattle. There's a chance another team could bring him aboard via a waiver claim, but it seems more likely that he'll go unclaimed and revert to the Seahawks' injured reserve list.
Prosise was a late scratch for last Friday's game against the Vikings after a groin issue flared up. Fortunately, though, the tailback is only dealing with tightness and not something more significant. While it's worth questioning whether Prosise will be ready for this Friday's dress rehearsal versus Kansas City, the Seahawks will surely exercise caution with the second-year back, whose rookie campaign was hindered by a couple injuries.
The extent of Lawler's injury isn't clear. He'll need to return to full health prior to next Sunday to be able to play in the Seahawks' preseason opener against the Chargers.
Alexander played his first two seasons for the Chiefs, never missing a game and grabbing one start in the process. There does not appear to be a clear reason for this trade other than both teams liking the other's linebacker a tad more. The 25-year-old will presumably compete for a role providing depth at linebacker for the Seahawks during training camp.
Wright has been out of practice since Tuesday while getting his knee checked out for what was thought to be a minor ailment. His return Monday confirms that it isn't anything overly serious and shouldn't limit him come the regular season.
Hill won't start in the short-term, but this could be Seattle's eventual replacement for Kam Chancellor. Hill is big at 6-foot-1, 216 pounds, but showed the speed (4.47-second 40) and quickness (6.96-second three-cone) to hold up in coverage.
Morgan, who went undrafted in 2011, has spent the first six seasons of his career with the Seahawks. The USC product originally established himself as a special teams' player before earning a bigger role with the team. He figures to compete for the strongside linebacker role as training camp progresses.
McEvoy did not participate in the offseason program, but given his appearance Sunday, it looks as if he's healthy enough to return to action. The Wisconsin product has tallied nine receptions for 140 yards and two touchdowns thus far in his career.
The Seahawks acquired McDonald from the Raiders for a conditional seventh-round pick last September. Primarily operating in a special-teams role, McDonald went on to tally eight tackles and one deflected pass across 14 games. He'll be back in the mix to compete for a depth role at linebacker this summer.
"I would love to retire here," Chancellor stated prior to finalizing his new deal. This is a good possibility as the veteran safety will be 33 years old at the end of his contract. Chancellor is an elite safety, logging 86 tackles, two interceptions and eight passes defended in 12 games. Expect him to continue to record similar numbers if he's able to stay healthy in 2017.
Baldwin ended up leading his team in receiving yards while tying for the most targets and catches despite playing just two drives. The soon-to-be 29-year-old wide receiver out of Stanford set career highs with 94 catches for 1,128 yards last year and should once again serve as the focal point of Seattle's passing attack this season.
Garvin is the second linebacker the Seahawks have signed in as many days after the club agreed to terms with Michael Wilhoite on Thursday. The 26-year-old Garvin spent last season with the Redskins and was particularly strong on special teams, where he racked up 285 total snaps. Look for Garvin to have a similar role with the Seahawks this season, as Seattle's starting front seven appears to be set for the most part.
Selected at No. 94 overall in last year's draft, Vannett logged only 84 offensive snaps in nine games as a rookie while stuck behind Jimmy Graham, Luke Willson and Brandon Williams on the depth chart. Graham and Willson are still around and seemingly locked in as the top two options, but with both players in contract seasons, Vannett should at least have an opportunity to push for a significant role in 2018. Vannett is unlikely to ever serve as the team's top receiving threat at tight end, as he caught only 55 passes in 37 games at Ohio State and ran a 4.85 40-yard dash at the 2016 Combine.
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.
Avril, who underwent a pair of core muscle surgeries this offseason, doesn't appear to be limited in the slightest during training camp and should be in full force for the Seahawks' preseason opener Sunday against the Chargers.
Collins' 5.8 yards per carry looks good, but 38 yards came on five rushes on the game's final drive against third-teamers. Collins also had four catches for 35 yards, but he is clearly behind Chris Carson, who got first-team snaps with Thomas Rawls out. And he might also be trailing Mike Davis, who looked much more dynamic, totaling 59 yards and a touchdown on seven touches. A fifth-round pick in 2016, Collins' days a Seahawk look numbered.
Thompson is less athletic than most players the Seahawks target, but he earned a high grade from them anyway thanks to his production. Thompson played safety for a Colorado pass defense that dominated in 2016, and Thompson picked off seven passes in the process. He and Delano Hill give Seattle options at safety.
Sherman missed last week's conditioning sessions, but in returning for workouts despite not being required to, he's shown his openness to move forward with the Seahawks. On that front, general manager John Schneider has pretty much ended trade speculation surrounding Sherman, even though both parties acknowledged entertaining interest around the league earlier this offseason. After no team was willing to match Seattle's demands, however, that situation has seemingly been put in the past, clearing the way for Sherman to focus on preparing for the upcoming season as he normally would.
Cromartie spent the past three seasons in San Francisco but was never able to stay healthy for an entire 16-game slate across three years with the team. His best season came in 2015 when he logged 12 tackles and two passes defended in eight games. He spent a brief period of time with the Bills earlier in the offseason but will now wrestle for a depth position within the Seahawks' secondary in advance of Week 1.
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.
Kearse is coming off a disappointing 2016 campaign in which he caught eight fewer passes despite seeing 22 more targets than in 2015, accounting for just 41 receptions, 511 yards and one touchdown on 90 looks his way. In the wake of that downturn, Kearse now faces the fact that Seattle could save $5 million if it releases him prior to next season, which the Seahawks likely would if he doesn't perform at the level of a starting wideout this year.
Clark, who'd been tending to a minor MCL injury, appears to be practicing without restrictions Thursday. Slated to open the season as a reserve behind Michael Bennett and Cliff Avril, he should still have plenty of opportunities to rack up the counting stats as a passing-down specialist. Last season, Clark cranked out 11 sacks and 47 tackles in a similar role.
Thorpe signed with the team in September 2016 and quickly established himself as one of Seattle's top special teams players. He also saw some time as Seattle's third cornerback when starter DeShawn Shead was sidelined briefly. Thorpe figures to resume his role as a key special teams player in 2017, while also providing depth at cornerback. The 27-year-old 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 punctuated a 77-yard touchdown drive with a touchdown pass to Kenny Lawler in the first quarter and capped off another with a four-yard scamper to paydirt just before the half. He ran the offense effectively in his preseason debut and should have plenty of chances to do so during the preseason as Russell Wilson is handled with care. That said, he doesn't currently project to make much of an impact during the regular season.
With starting left tackle George Fant out for the season with a torn ACL, head coach Pete Carroll has indicated that he may opt to move Joeckel to left tackle in Fant's stead. Coach Carroll also indicated that Jordan Roos "can definitely play left guard." Joeckel is still recovering from injuries to the ACL, MCL and meniscus in his left knee, though his health has generally been ahead of schedule, and he has solid odds of suiting up Week 1. His presence is especially needed at this point.
Moore played at a tiny Oklahoma school called East Central, but at his pro day he showed NFL-level athleticism. At 6-foot-1, 219 pounds, Moore ran the 40 in 4.43 seconds while adding a 36.5-inch vertical and 124-inch broad jump. He looks like an upside project for Seattle.
Lucas is looking to secure a role as a blocking specialist with the Seahawks and his chances could go down the drain if he's sidelined for an extended period of time.
Griffin is the classic Seahawks corner prospect -- long arms and athletic. He ran the 40-yard dash in 4.38 seconds at the Combine, which gives him a lot of press coverage upside when you factor in his 32 and 3/8-inch arms.
Though Lockett went through pregame warmups, it seems the Seahawks coaching staff still won't be taking any chances Friday. He'll join Paul Richardson (shoulder) on the sidelines and their collective absences could open the door for Kasen Williams to continue his impressive preseason with the first- and second-team offenses.
Lacy shared first-team reps with Chris Carson with Rawls nursing a minor ankle injury. He had nine yards on his first carry but totaled 11 yards on his final five carries, and he didn't fare well in short yardage with two yards on three rushes, including failing to score from the two-yard line. Perhaps Lacy is rusty after playing just five games last season because of an ankle injury and missing most offseason workouts. In any event, he missed an opportunity to gain on Rawls, who is atop the depth chart.
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.
Davis impressed with hard-charging running and showed his speed on the TD reception. However, while he ripped off a 38-yard run, he netted -1 yards on his other five carries. Even so, after two preseason games, he's likely moved ahead of Alex Collins on the depth chart. Davis' chances of making the roster, though, depend on how many running backs the Seahawks keep. Three spots are spoken for, with Chris Carson leading the battle for the fourth spot. If the Seahawks don't keep receiver J.D. McKissic, a former running back who also returns kicks, that could open a spot for Davis.
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.
Bass was drafted by the Raiders in the seventh round of the 2013 draft. The Missouri Western State product has played 49 games over the previous four seasons with the Bears and Titans. After moving to outside linebacker in the Titans' 3-4 defensive scheme, Bass is expected to return the outside rusher role he played in Chicago's 4-3 defense. He projects to provide depth at defensive end.
Wilson looked sharp while playing the whole first half. He capped the opening drive with a one-yard touchdown pass to training camp standout Kasen Williams and tossed a 22-yard score to running back Mike Davis on the first play after the two minute warning. Don't expect WIlson to maintain this success through the air when the games start to count, as he's never thrown for more than 350 yards in a regular season contest while topping 300 only eight times in 80 starts.
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.
Davis plays with a style different from Russell Wilson and Boykin, as he lacks a dual-threat quality in his game, but that doesn't mean he'll assume the No. 3 spot on depth chart. The 28-year-old boasts more starting experience than his counterpart, and given Boykin's legal troubles, Davis may be a safer option to back up Wilson this fall. Look for more updates on the competition to come throughout training camp.
Smith, who'd signed a contract with the Seahawks in January, was given the axe during the opening days of training camp. Now he'll get another chance to earn a depth role ahead of the regular season.
The ex-49er will stay in the division by inking a deal with Seattle. Wilhoite appeared in all 16 games with the 49ers last season, recording 55 total tackles and forcing one fumble. He figures to add depth at the right outside linebacker spot behind starter K.J. Wright.
Johnson landed on injured reserve last week after suffering an undisclosed injury in practice. Now that he's no longer tied to the Seahawks, the 2015 sixth-rounder can immediately begin looking for work elsewhere.
Brock was released by the 49ers in April after being arrested on suspicion of felony domestic violence. The charges ultimately were dropped, but the NFL could still investigate and potentially hand down a suspension. Brock started each of the 31 games he played the past two years, recording 112 tackles and four interceptions over that stretch.
Simone was waived/injured by the Seahawks on Wednesday after suffering a torn ACL. He'll now spend the entire 2017 on the team's injured reserve.
Britt had been in the final year of his rookie deal, and his new extension keeps him under contract with Seattle through the 2020 campaign. He'll be expected to continue in his role as the team's starting center.
Willson's minor groin injury shouldn't linger for much longer, as the Seahawks expect to have him back on the field next week against the Chiefs. During his absence Friday, Nick Vannett figures to see additional work behind Jimmy Graham at tight end.
Jordan landed on the NFI list as he continued to work his way back from knee surgery, but it now appears he's tweaked his hamstring as well, further delaying his return. The defensive end is unlikely to take the field during preseason, as the team will want to ensure his health for the start of the regular season.
McDowell was involved in an ATV accident a few weeks prior to training camp that resulted in a head injury. He originally projected to back up Ahtyba Rubin at defensive tackle, but it now remains to be seen if he will be ready for the start of the season. There is currently no official timetable for recovery.
Graham's health wasn't a problem during the week, but head coach Pete Carroll nonetheless mentioned the injury as the reason for the tight end's absence. Carroll also said Graham and Luke Willson are expected to play Friday versus the Chiefs, providing Russell Wilson with his top-two TE options for the first time this preseason.
On Sunday against the Chargers, Rawls got the nod over Eddie Lacy with the first-team offense, turning two carries into five yards. In the meantime, though, Rawls was held out of the team portion of practice both Tuesday and Wednesday, according to Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune. With the ailment revealed, Rawls' lack of activity in all drills will be interesting to watch, especially because Lacy is slated to start Friday.
Palacio spent most of the 2016 season on the Seahawks' practice squad and ended the year on injured reserve with an undisclosed injury. Fortunately, he's back to full health and will be available to participate in the start of the team's offseason program Tuesday.
Richardson, who's on the mend from a sprained shoulder, was a game-time decision for Friday's exhibition so he'd appear to have favorable odds of suiting up for the all important third preseason game next week against the Chiefs.
Lane sat out Sunday's preseason game against the Chargers and Monday's practice session. Whatever his injury was, it doesn't appear to have been serious. He returned to his spot amongst the starters in Seattle's secondary, bumping Shaquill Griffin back to the nickel position.
Fant left Friday's preseason matchup against the Vikings with a right knee injury, having to be carted off the field with his leg in an air cast. Considering he was set to be the Seahawks' starting left tackle this season, this is definitely a blow to the team. Rees Odhiambo replaced him during Friday's game and could do so for the remainder of the 2017 season.
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).
Williams backed up his impressive preseason debut with a solid game, making two more highlight-reel catches. This time, though, the receptions came against a first-team defense as he started at flanker with Tyler Lockett and Paul Richardson out with injuries. Williams just missed a second touchdown on a deep throw from Russell Wilson. He also made a standout tackle on kickoff return coverage. He's all but sowed up the last wide receiver job. If Lockett and Richardson are limited in Week 1, Williams likely would start over Jermaine Kearse. The Seahawks could also move Lockett/Richardson inside to the slot and start Williams on the outside. Keep an eye on his progress.
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 is essentially doubtful to be ready by Week 1, so the Seahawks continue their search for a replacement at cornerback. Rookie Shaquill Griffin has emerged as a top candidate for the job, but Jeremy Lane and Richard Sherman (knee) should see a majority of the snaps in Seattle's base defense.
McDougald fills a clear need for a Seahawks team that previously didn't have any veteran depth at safety behind the phenomenal starting duo of Kam Chancellor (ankle) and Earl Thomas (leg) -- both of whom are recovering from surgery. It's a bit surprising McDougald had to settle for such a modest contract and a backup role, coming off a 2016 season in which he recorded a career-high 91 tackles (79 solo) while starting all 16 games for Tampa Bay. He also had 87 tackles (67 solo) and played all 16 games the previous year, but his work in pass coverage has always been questionable, which explains the inability to find a better offer.
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.
Smith spent his first three seasons with the Eagles before being released prior to training camp this summer. The 2014 first-round pick was unable to find a fit at outside linebacker in Philadelphia, tallying just four sacks in three seasons. He skipped all of the team's voluntary workouts this offseason, so he was likely looking for a change of scenery. Smith will be competing for a spot on the Seahawks' final roster this preseason.
Thomas, who wasn't expected to be under any limitations entering training camp anyway, looks to have fully made last season's fractured tibia a thing of the past. He should open Sunday's preseason opener against the Chargers as a starter in the secondary alongside Richard Sherman, Kam Chancellor and Jeremy Lane.
Tyson fits the mold of a ball-hawking defensive back that Seattle tends to target in the draft. He was productive during his career at Cincinnati and capped off his senior season with five picks and five pass breakups. Tyson may not have any off the charts numbers, but he's a tough safety that should help on special teams at the very least.