Seattle Seahawks Roster 2020 Seattle Seahawks Roster

11-5, 2nd NFC West

@ GB

11:40 pm GMT, 1/12

Last season, the Seahawks went 10-6 and secured a wild-card spot. A team that was once dominant only a few years ago, the window seems to be quickly closing around the Seahawks being a force in the NFC. They have a strong team, but not too strong, and while they may continue to make the playoffs for a few more years, I don't see them putting anything substantial together in the postseason for some time. Having the Rams in their division certainly doesn't help, but what will help them get 4 automatic wins are the 49ers and Cardinals also being in the NFC West, which could in turn help them grab another wild-card bid this season.

Pos Name Number Rating Ranking Height Weight Age Birthday Exp. Drafted Draft Round Draft Pick College
QB
Russell Wilson
Russell Wilson R. Wilson
3
89
#6 QB 5'11" 215 31 11/29/88 9 2012 3 75 Wisconsin
RB
Chris Carson
Chris Carson C. Carson
32
88
#9 RB 5'11" 222 25 9/16/94 4 2017 7 249 Oklahoma State
RB
Rashaad Penny
Rashaad Penny R. Penny
20
80
#34 RB 5'11" 220 24 2/2/96 3 2018 1 27 San Diego State
RB
Adam Choice
Adam Choice A. Choice
0
77
#50 RB 5'8" 210 24 11/30/95 2 2019 Clemson
RB
Travis Homer
Travis Homer T. Homer
25
74
#83 RB 5'10" 202 21 8/7/98 2 2019 6 204 Miami (Fla.)
FB
Nick Bellore
Nick Bellore N. Bellore
44
68
#132 FB 6'1" 250 30 5/12/89 10 2011 Central Michigan
WR
Tyler Lockett
Tyler Lockett T. Lockett
16
86
#24 WR 5'10" 182 27 9/28/92 6 2015 3 69 Kansas State
WR
David Moore
David Moore D. Moore
83
78
#60 WR 6'0" 215 25 1/15/95 4 2017 7 226 East Central Oklahoma
WR
D.K. Metcalf
D.K. Metcalf D. Metcalf
14
74
#129 WR 6'4" 229 22 12/14/97 2 2019 2 64 Mississippi
WR
Penny Hart
Penny Hart P. Hart
0
73
#139 WR 5'8" 180 23 7/5/96 1 2019 Georgia State
WR
John Ursua
John Ursua J. Ursua
15
70
#185 WR 5'9" 182 26 1/17/94 2 2019 7 236 Hawaii
WR
Cody Thompson
Cody Thompson C. Thompson
0
70
#240 WR 6'2" 205 24 1/11/96 1 2019 Toledo
WR
Malik Turner
Malik Turner M. Turner
17
67
6'2" 202 24 1/30/96 3 2018 Illinois
TE
Greg Olsen
Greg Olsen G. Olsen
0
88
#7 TE 6'5" 255 35 3/11/85 14 2007 1 31 Miami (Fla.)
TE
Will Dissly
Will Dissly W. Dissly
88
75
#52 TE 6'4" 265 23 7/8/96 3 2018 4 120 Washington
TE
Ed Dickson
Ed Dickson E. Dickson
84
75
#57 TE 6'4" 250 32 7/25/87 11 2010 3 70 Oregon
TE
Justin Johnson
Justin Johnson J. Johnson
86
72
#84 TE 6'3" 235 23 11/8/96 2 2019 Mississippi State
TE
Jacob Hollister
Jacob Hollister J. Hollister
48
69
#171 TE 6'4" 239 26 11/18/93 4 2017 Wyoming
C
Ethan Pocic
Ethan Pocic E. Pocic
77
77
#35 C 6'6" 320 24 8/5/95 4 2017 2 58 LSU
C
BJ Finney
BJ Finney B. Finney
67
75
#25 C 6'4" 318 28 10/26/91 5 2015 Kansas State
C
Kyle Fuller
Kyle Fuller K. Fuller
61
60
#195 C 6'5" 307 26 3/4/94 2 2017 7 243 Baylor
OG
Phil Haynes
Phil Haynes P. Haynes
60
76
#37 OG 6'4" 322 24 10/19/95 2 2019 4 124 Wake Forest
OG
Demetrius Knox
Demetrius Knox D. Knox
63
76
#42 OG 6'4" 314 24 10/23/95 2 2019 Ohio State
OG
Chance Warmack
Chance Warmack C. Warmack
67
72
#43 OG 6'2" 317 28 9/14/91 7 2013 1 10 Alabama
OG
Jamarco Jones
Jamarco Jones J. Jones
73
66
#129 OG 6'4" 293 23 6/4/96 3 2018 5 168 Ohio State
OG
Jordan Roos
Jordan Roos J. Roos
64
62
#186 OG 6'4" 290 26 7/6/93 4 2017 Purdue
OT
Duane Brown
Duane Brown D. Brown
76
84
#16 OT 6'4" 315 34 8/30/85 13 2008 1 26 Virginia Tech
OT
DJ Fluker
DJ Fluker D. Fluker
78
82
#18 OT 6'5" 342 29 3/13/91 8 2013 1 11 Alabama
OT
Justin Britt
Justin Britt J. Britt
68
74
#34 OT 6'6" 315 28 5/29/91 7 2014 2 64 Missouri
OT
Brandon Shell
Brandon Shell B. Shell
72
70
#102 OT 6'5" 324 28 2/6/92 5 2016 5 158 South Carolina
OT
Cedric Ogbuehi
Cedric Ogbuehi C. Ogbuehi
77
70
#97 OT 6'5" 306 27 4/25/92 6 2015 1 21 Texas A&M
OT
Chad Wheeler
Chad Wheeler C. Wheeler
75
63
#142 OT 6'7" 318 26 1/19/94 3 2017 USC
DT
Nazair Jones
Nazair Jones N. Jones
92
76
#47 DT 6'5" 292 25 12/13/94 4 2017 3 102 North Carolina
DT
Poona Ford
Poona Ford P. Ford
97
74
#48 DT 5'11" 310 24 11/19/95 3 2018 Texas
DT
Demarcus Christmas
Demarcus Christmas D. Christmas
67
71
#78 DT 6'3" 302 24 7/4/95 2 2019 6 209 Florida State
DT
Bryan Mone
Bryan Mone B. Mone
79
70
#83 DT 6'4" 335 24 10/20/95 1 2019 Michigan
DT
Shakir Soto
Shakir Soto S. Soto
0
69
#144 DT 6'3" 290 26 2/12/94 1 2017 Pittsburgh
DT
Rasheem Green
Rasheem Green R. Green
98
69
#2 DT 6'4" 279 22 5/15/97 3 2018 3 79 USC
DE
Bruce Irvin
Bruce Irvin B. Irvin
55
76
#49 DE 6'3" 245 30 1/11/90 9 2012 1 15 West Virginia
DE
L.J. Collier
L.J. Collier L. Collier
95
74
#80 DE 6'3" 291 24 9/12/95 2 2019 1 29 Texas Christian
DE
Benson Mayowa
Benson Mayowa B. Mayowa
91
71
#116 DE 6'3" 236 28 8/3/91 8 2013 Idaho
LB
Bobby Wagner
Bobby Wagner B. Wagner
54
97
#2 LB 6'0" 242 29 6/27/90 9 2012 2 47 Utah State
LB
KJ Wright
KJ Wright K. Wright
50
80
#22 LB 6'4" 246 30 7/23/89 10 2011 4 99 Mississippi State
LB
Cody Barton
Cody Barton C. Barton
57
75
#39 LB 6'2" 237 23 11/13/96 2 2019 3 88 Utah
LB
Sutton Smith
Sutton Smith S. Smith
0
72
#80 LB 6'0" 235 24 3/22/96 1 2019 6 175 Northern Illinois
LB
Ben Burr-Kirven
Ben Burr-Kirven B. Burr-Kirven
55
69
#117 LB 6'0" 230 22 9/8/97 2 2019 5 142 Washington
LB
Emmanuel Ellerbee
Emmanuel Ellerbee E. Ellerbee
52
69
#114 LB 6'0" 235 23 11/20/96 2 2018
LB
Shaquem Griffin
Shaquem Griffin S. Griffin
49
67
#128 LB 6'0" 227 24 7/20/95 3 2018 5 141 UCF
LB
Pita Taumoepenu
Pita Taumoepenu P. Taumoepenu
0
62
#147 LB 6'1" 245 26 3/9/94 2 2017 6 202 Utah
CB
Shaquill Griffin
Shaquill Griffin S. Griffin
26
81
#34 CB 6'0" 198 24 7/20/95 4 2017 3 90 UCF
CB
Quandre Diggs
Quandre Diggs Q. Diggs
37
77
#31 CB 5'9" 198 27 1/22/93 6 2015 6 200 Texas
CB
Brian Allen
Brian Allen B. Allen
0
64
#91 CB 6'3" 215 26 10/21/93 3 2017 5 173 Utah
SS
Brad McDougald
Brad McDougald B. McDougald
30
80
#20 SS 6'1" 215 29 11/15/90 8 2013 Kansas
SS
Tedric Thompson
Tedric Thompson T. Thompson
33
76
#28 SS 6'0" 204 25 1/20/95 4 2017 4 111 Colorado
SS
Marquise Blair
Marquise Blair M. Blair
27
74
#47 SS 6'1" 196 22 7/18/97 2 2019 2 47 Utah
FS
Tre Flowers
Tre Flowers T. Flowers
21
80
#44 FS 6'3" 203 24 6/2/95 3 2018 5 146 Oklahoma State
FS
Ugochukwu Amadi
Ugochukwu Amadi U. Amadi
28
74
#45 FS 5'9" 201 22 5/16/97 2 2019 4 132 Oregon
FS
Delano Hill
Delano Hill D. Hill
42
66
#76 FS 6'1" 216 24 11/26/95 4 2017 3 95 Michigan
S
Ryan Neal
Ryan Neal R. Neal
35
66
#18 S 6'2" 187 24 12/24/95 2 2018 Southern Illinois
LS
Tyler Ott
Tyler Ott T. Ott
69 6'3" 253 28 2/28/92 6 2014 Harvard
P
Michael Dickson
Michael Dickson M. Dickson
4
82
#6 P 6'2" 208 24 1/4/96 3 2018 5 149 Texas
PK
Jason Myers
Jason Myers J. Myers
5
76
#18 PK 5'10" 190 28 5/12/91 6 2015 Marist

Top 3 Seahawks Roster Questions of 2019-2020

Was Russell Wilson's huge contract worth it?

While it may not be the most productive allocation of $140 million over four years, Wilson's new contract with Seattle makes sense for a few reasons. For starters, Wilson has without a doubt become the face of this franchise. As long as Wilson is manning the helm, fans are going to be happy. He's been there on the Seahawks when they've been a juggernaut, and while many of the pieces that helped them achieve that status have since gone different directions, he's still there as a top quarterback in the league. I don't fault Seattle for wanting to build their team around him, and it certainly beats betting on a quarterback in the draft and him ultimately flopping.

What is the current situation with RDT Jarran Reed?

Due to a reported incident of domestic violence in 2017, Jarran Reed will be forced by the NFL to sit out the first six games of the NFL season. With Reed having 10.5 sacks last year for the Seahawks, it'll be a huge blow for them. He had the second most sacks on the team behind only Frank Clark, who was traded to the Chiefs in the offseason. Without Reed for the first six games of the season, the Seahawks are forced to rely on free agent signing Ziggy Ansah and first round pick L.J. Collier to get a solid pass rush going. While the argument can be made that Seattle's defense is still strong and will persevere through his absence, some of the teams they play in their first six games include the Steelers, Saints, and Rams. His absence will certainly be felt in those matchups.

Do the Seahawks have a strong enough roster to return to the postseason this year?

In short, yes, I think they do. While many of their most well-known players in franchise history have parted ways with the team in the last couple of offseasons, the Seahawks still have a good enough defense and an offense manned by superstar QB Russell Wilson. There's a reason the Seahawks currently have 5 primetime games on their schedule: fans and people around the league see them as an exciting team to watch, mainly because of Russell Wilson and his ability to navigate opposing defenses with ease. The defense obviously isn't what it was just a few years ago, but it's still strong enough to make opposing offenses be wary.