Seattle Seahawks Roster 2019 Seahawks Roster

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Seattle has given Russell Wilson a bit of a rollercoaster ride. The offensive line has led to a lot of trouble in the passing game and running game. The defense is not as good as their Super Bowl run teams, and a lot of names from those teams are now elsewhere. Even Jimmy Graham is off in Green Bay, which opens up some targets. They just signed Brandon Marshall, and he will be with Tyler Lockett a lot on the field. Doug Baldwin took a small step back in targets last season, and that can’t continue this year. There might be a wide receiver that emerges at some point, but as always with Seattle it is a lot of trial and error at the position. Rashaad Penny was drafted in the first round, which was a bit of a surprise. We saw Chris Carson, CJ Prosise and JD McKissic play well, and Seattle needed other needs.

Pos Name Number Rating Ranking Depth Height Weight Age Birthday Exp. Drafted Draft Round Draft Pick College
QB Russell Wilson Russell Wilson R. Wilson 3
91
#5 QB 1 5'11" 206 30 11/29/88 8 2012 3 75 Wisconsin
QB Paxton Lynch Paxton Lynch P. Lynch 12
71
#71 QB 2 6'7" 244 25 2/12/94 3 2016 1 26 Memphis
QB Geno Smith Geno Smith G. Smith 3
65
#105 QB 3 6'2" 218 28 10/10/90 7 2013 2 39 West Virginia
QB Skyler Howard Skyler Howard S. Howard 0
65
#107 QB 5'11" 209 24 11/6/94 1 2017 West Virginia
QB Taryn Christion Taryn Christion T. Christion 6
73
#50 QB 6'1" 225 0 2019 South Dakota State
RB Chris Carson Chris Carson C. Carson 32
86
#17 RB 1 6'2" 206 24 9/16/94 3 2017 7 249 Oklahoma State
RB Rashaad Penny Rashaad Penny R. Penny 20
75
#87 RB 2 5'11" 220 23 2/2/96 2 2018 1 27 San Diego State
RB JD McKissic JD McKissic J. McKissic 21
76
#78 RB 3 5'10" 190 25 8/15/93 3 2016 Arkansas State
RB Travis Homer Travis Homer T. Homer 25
74
#93 RB 4 5'10" 201 20 8/7/98 0 2019 6 204 Miami
RB CJ Prosise CJ Prosise C. Prosise 22
77
#59 RB 5 6'0" 220 25 5/20/94 4 2016 3 90 Notre Dame
RB Nick Bellore Nick Bellore N. Bellore 44
68
#152 RB 6 6'1" 250 30 4/23/89 9 2011 Central Michigan
RB Adam Choice Adam Choice A. Choice 35
77
#63 RB 5'9" 220 23 11/30/95 0 2019 Clemson
RB Marcelias Sutton Marcelias Sutton M. Sutton 21
77
#57 RB 5'9" 192 0 2019 Oklahoma
OT Germain Ifedi Germain Ifedi G. Ifedi 65
72
#87 OT 1 6'6" 324 25 6/2/94 4 2016 1 31 Texas A&M
OT Duane Brown Duane Brown D. Brown 76
85
#15 OT 1 6'4" 315 33 8/30/85 12 2008 1 26 Virginia Tech
OT George Fant George Fant G. Fant 74
71
#107 OT 2 6'5" 296 26 7/19/92 4 2016 Western Kentucky
OT Jamarco Jones Jamarco Jones J. Jones 73
66
#156 OT 3 6'4" 299 23 6/4/96 2 2018 5 168
OT Demetrius Knox Demetrius Knox D. Knox 63
76
#58 OT 6'4" 311 0 2019 Ohio State
ILB Bobby Wagner Bobby Wagner B. Wagner 54
99
#1 ILB 1 6'0" 241 28 6/27/90 8 2012 2 47 Utah State
ILB Cody Barton Cody Barton C. Barton 57
75
#55 ILB 2 6'2" 237 22 11/13/96 0 2019 3 88 Utah
ILB Austin Calitro Austin Calitro A. Calitro 58
68
#98 ILB 3 6'1" 239 25 1/10/94 2 2017 Villanova
OLB Shaquem Griffin Shaquem Griffin S. Griffin 49
67
#137 OLB 1 6'0" 227 23 7/20/95 2 2018 5 141
OLB KJ Wright KJ Wright K. Wright 50
81
#22 OLB 1 6'3" 246 29 7/23/89 9 2011 4 99 Mississippi State
OLB Jacob Martin Jacob Martin J. Martin 59
68
#128 OLB 2 6'2" 236 23 12/11/95 2 2018 6 186
OLB Mychal Kendricks Mychal Kendricks M. Kendricks 56
80
#23 OLB 2 5'11" 239 28 9/28/90 8 2012 2 46 California
OLB Emmanuel Ellerbee Emmanuel Ellerbee E. Ellerbee 52
69
#119 OLB 3 6'0" 235 22 11/20/96 2 2018
OLB Ben Burr-Kirven Ben Burr-Kirven B. Burr-Kirven 55
72
#88 OLB 3 6'0" 239 21 9/8/97 0 2019 5 142 Washington
SS Brad McDougald Brad McDougald B. McDougald 30
79
#26 SS 1 6'0" 214 28 11/15/90 7 2013 Kansas
SS Shalom Luani Shalom Luani S. Luani 24
65
#74 SS 2 6'0" 195 24 8/5/94 3 2017 7 221 Washington State
P Michael Dickson Michael Dickson M. Dickson 4
82
#5 P 1 6'2" 208 23 1/4/96 2 2018 5 149
FS Tedric Thompson Tedric Thompson T. Thompson 33
75
#40 FS 1 6'0" 211 24 1/20/95 3 2017 4 111 Colorado
FS Delano Hill Delano Hill D. Hill 42
66
#84 FS 2 6'1" 216 23 11/26/95 3 2017 3 95 Michigan
FS Marquise Blair Marquise Blair M. Blair 13
74
#44 FS 3 6'1" 195 21 7/18/97 0 2019 2 47 Utah
LS Tyler Ott Tyler Ott T. Ott 69
66
#23 LS 6'3" 245 33 2/21/86 5 2014 Harvard
C Justin Britt Justin Britt J. Britt 68
79
#16 C 1 6'6" 325 28 5/29/91 6 2014 2 64 Missouri
C Joey Hunt Joey Hunt J. Hunt 53
68
#61 C 2 6'2" 290 25 2/22/94 3 2016 6 215 TCU
C Marcus Martin Marcus Martin M. Martin 62
67
#65 C 3 6'3" 320 25 11/29/93 6 2014 3 70 Southern Cal
DT Poona Ford Poona Ford P. Ford 97
74
#71 DT 1 5'11" 309 23 11/19/95 2 2018
DT Jarran Reed Jarran Reed J. Reed 90
79
#28 DT 1 6'3" 307 26 12/16/92 4 2016 2 49 Alabama
DT Al Woods Al Woods A. Woods 72
78
#31 DT 2 6'4" 314 32 5/25/87 10 2010 4 123 LSU
DT Demarcus Christmas Demarcus Christmas D. Christmas 67
71
#98 DT 2 6'3" 294 23 7/4/95 0 2019 6 209 Florida State
DT Jamie Meder Jamie Meder J. Meder 98
71
#99 DT 3 6'2" 305 28 4/12/91 4 2014 Ashland
DT Bryan Mone Bryan Mone B. Mone 79
70
#105 DT 3 6'4" 335 23 10/20/95 0 2019 Michigan
DT Jay-Tee Tiuli Jay-Tee Tiuli J. Tiuli 61
70
#108 DT 6'4" 342 23 1/14/96 0 2019 Eastern Washington
DB Jalen Harvey Jalen Harvey J. Harvey 43
74
#9 DB 6'1" 175 0 2019 Arizona State
WR Tyler Lockett Tyler Lockett T. Lockett 16
85
#26 WR 1 5'10" 182 25 10/13/93 5 2015 3 69 Kansas State
WR David Moore David Moore D. Moore 83
78
#68 WR 1 6'0" 215 24 1/15/95 3 2017 7 226 East Central Oklahoma
WR D.K. Metcalf D.K. Metcalf D. Metcalf 14
72
#219 WR 1 6'3" 228 21 12/14/97 0 2019 2 64 Ole Miss
WR John Ursua John Ursua J. Ursua 5
70
#246 WR 2 5'10" 165 25 1/17/94 0 2019 7 236 Hawai'i
WR Jaron Brown Jaron Brown J. Brown 18
76
#123 WR 2 6'2" 205 29 1/8/90 7 2013 Clemson
WR Gary Jennings Jr. Gary Jennings Jr. G. J. Jr. 11
74
#143 WR 2 6'1" 214 0 2019 4 120 West Virginia
WR Amara Darboh Amara Darboh A. Darboh 82
72
#217 WR 3 6'2" 215 25 2/1/94 3 2017 3 106 Michigan
WR Speedy Noil Speedy Noil S. Noil 0
68
#275 WR 5'11" 199 23 10/14/95 1 2017 Texas A&M
WR Terry Wright Terry Wright T. Wright 9
71
#222 WR 5'11" 180 22 1/28/97 0 2019 Purdue
WR Jazz Ferguson Jazz Ferguson J. Ferguson 87
72
#216 WR 6'5" 227 22 1/12/97 0 2019 Northwestern State
S Barkevious Mingo Barkevious Mingo B. Mingo 51
75
#6 S 1 6'4" 241 28 10/4/90 7 2013 1 6 LSU
LB Keith Butler Keith Butler K. Butler 0
#9 LB 230 63 5/16/56 Memphis
TE Nick Vannett Nick Vannett N. Vannett 81
78
#32 TE 1 6'6" 257 26 3/6/93 4 2016 3 94 Ohio State
TE Ed Dickson Ed Dickson E. Dickson 84
75
#62 TE 2 6'4" 255 31 7/25/87 10 2010 3 70 Oregon
TE Will Dissly Will Dissly W. Dissly 88
75
#61 TE 3 6'4" 262 22 7/8/96 2 2018 4 120
TE Jacob Hollister Jacob Hollister J. Hollister 47
60
#171 TE 4 6'4" 239 25 11/18/93 3 2017 Wyoming
TE Justin Johnson Justin Johnson J. Johnson 86
72
#99 TE 6'3" 247 22 11/8/96 0 2019 Mississippi State
DE Ezekiel Ansah Ezekiel Ansah E. Ansah 94
84
#30 DE 1 6'5" 270 30 5/29/89 7 2013 1 5 BYU
DE L.J. Collier L.J. Collier L. Collier 95
74
#102 DE 1 6'2" 283 23 9/12/95 0 2019 1 29 TCU
DE Nazair Jones Nazair Jones N. Jones 92
76
#80 DE 2 6'5" 304 24 12/13/94 3 2017 3 102 North Carolina
DE Cassius Marsh Cassius Marsh C. Marsh 54
74
#106 DE 2 6'4" 252 26 7/7/92 6 2014 4 108 UCLA
DE Rasheem Green Rasheem Green R. Green 94
69
#145 DE 3 6'4" 275 22 5/15/97 2 2018 3 79 USC
DE Quinton Jefferson Quinton Jefferson Q. Jefferson 99
64
#199 DE 6'4" 291 26 3/31/93 4 2016 5 147 Maryland
DE Branden Jackson Branden Jackson B. Jackson 93
63
#200 DE 6'4" 266 26 11/11/92 3 2016 Texas Tech
CB Tre Flowers Tre Flowers T. Flowers 37
81
#45 CB 1 6'3" 202 24 6/2/95 2 2018 5 146
CB Ugochukwu Amadi Ugochukwu Amadi U. Amadi 28
74
#9 CB 1 5'9" 199 22 5/16/97 0 2019 4 132 Oregon
CB Shaquill Griffin Shaquill Griffin S. Griffin 26
79
#57 CB 1 6'0" 194 23 7/20/95 3 2017 3 90 Central Florida
CB Kalan Reed Kalan Reed K. Reed 39
66
#209 CB 2 5'11" 191 25 12/29/93 3 2016 7 253 Southern Mississippi
CB Akeem King Akeem King A. King 36
61
#236 CB 2 6'3" 212 26 8/29/92 4 2015 7 249 San Jose State
CB Neiko Thorpe Neiko Thorpe N. Thorpe 23
65
#231 CB 3 6'2" 185 29 2/11/90 7 2012 Auburn
CB Davante Davis Davante Davis D. Davis 22
74
#136 CB 6'2" 205 0 2019 Texas
CB Derrek Thomas Derrek Thomas D. Thomas 0
77
#77 CB 6'3" 190 0 2019 Baylor
G Mike Iupati Mike Iupati M. Iupati 76
79
#29 G 1 6'5" 331 32 5/12/87 10 2010 1 17 Idaho
G DJ Fluker DJ Fluker D. Fluker 78
83
#19 G 1 6'5" 339 28 3/13/91 7 2013 1 11 Alabama
G Phil Haynes Phil Haynes P. Haynes 60
76
#46 G 2 6'4" 322 23 10/19/95 0 2019 4 124 Wake Forest
G Ethan Pocic Ethan Pocic E. Pocic 77
74
#66 G 2 6'6" 307 23 8/5/95 3 2017 2 58 LSU
G Jordan Simmons Jordan Simmons J. Simmons 66
67
#125 G 3 6'4" 325 24 7/15/94 2 2017 Southern Cal
K Jason Myers Jason Myers J. Myers 2
78
#22 K 1 5'11" 190 28 5/12/91 5 2015 Marist

Seahawks Team Philosophy

If you are a Seattle Seahawk fan, then you may still be shaking your head about the way that the 2017 season ended; a 49-yard missed field goal that would have put the Seahawks into the playoffs missed and they were sent packing. There has been plenty of dismay for Seahawk fans since the team won the Super Bowl in 2012. Here is an in-depth analysis of the 2018 roster holds important insight as to whether this Seattle team has what it takes to make it to the Super Bowl in Atlanta on February 3, 2019.

This may be the year that the Seahawks finally get the competition for individual positions that the team needs to be competitive. Coach Pete Carroll says that in the years following the Seahawks Super Bowl win, they failed to draft players who were willing to go up against their top players to prove that they deserved a position on the team. That tide seems to have finally turned with top competitions occurring for running back, tight end and left corner.

Seahawks Offense

The Seahawks fired offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell and offensive line coach Tom Cable during the offseason; this may signal a return to Carroll's coaching philosophy of running the football. The team's offense that has been a joke in recent years may actually learn to pull together under new offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer. Carroll and Schottenheimer have said that the current Seattle playbook is 70 percent of what the team has been using in recent years and 30 percent of new plays introduced by Schottenheimer. While one cannot fault Schottenheimer's on-hands approach or his enthusiasm for working with players, it remains to be seen if he can turn around this team as he has had a less than a stellar career of doing so in the past.

Seahawks Defense

After defensive coordinator Kris Richard left the Seahawks, Ken Norton Jr. was given the coordinator's job. This may again be a signal that Carroll is trying to return the team to the way that it was when they won the Super Bowl; Norton was the Seahawks offensive coach from 2010 to 2014. The team lost three potential NFL Hall of Famers during the offseason, leaving them with a younger defense. The defense will need to prove they have what it takes to play in the professional football.

Seahawks Special Teams

After finishing in the lower half of the Defense-adjusted Value Over Average (DOVA) for the last four years, the Seahawks seem to finally be understanding that games can be won or lost by special teams. The rule changes to kickoffs may really benefit the team who drafted up to get Michael Dickson during the NFL draft.

Largest Rookie Impact

Seattle surprised many people when they took Reshaad Penny out of San Diego State's run-heavy offense in the first round of the draft. Coach Carroll may be signaling two things with this move. First, he may be signaling that the team intends to run the ball more during the upcoming season. Secondly, he may really like the guts that Penny showed in taking the running back position away from standout player Donnel Pumphrey early in his career with San Diego State.

With so many changes within the Seahawk organization this year, there is another one that must not be overlooked. The team has one of the toughest opening regular season schedules in the NFL. The team opens their season in Denver on September 9, and that can be one of the toughest places to play in the NFL. After taking on Bears, Cowboys, Cardinals and Rams, the team then travels to London on October 14 to take on the Raiders. Before the team finally gets a bye week during week 7, their season will likely look great or be a total disaster.