Seattle Seahawks Roster 2020 Seattle Seahawks Roster

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The Seattle roster continues to be a bit underwhelming, but Russell Wilson carries them through year in and year out. The defense isn't as strong as it used to be and they lost Jadaveon Clowney to free agency and then had a questionable draft to follow. Now they did add Bruce Irvin, but that might not be enough to swing this defense back into being one of the best. The offense failed to address a below-average offensive line and getting a long term tight end. They did bring in Greg Olsen this offseason, hoping to get one more good year out of the veteran.

Pos Name Number Rating Ranking Height Weight Age Birthday Exp. Drafted Draft Round Draft Pick College
QB
Russell Wilson
Russell Wilson R. Wilson
3
98
#2 QB 5'11" 206 32 11/29/88 9 2012 3 75 Wisconsin
QB
Geno Smith
Geno Smith G. Smith
7
67
#45 QB 6'2" 218 30 10/10/90 8 2013 2 39 West Virginia
RB
Chris Carson
Chris Carson C. Carson
32
90
#8 RB 6'2" 206 26 9/16/94 4 2017 7 249 Oklahoma State
RB
Carlos Hyde
Carlos Hyde C. Hyde
30
80
#31 RB 6'0" 230 30 9/20/90 7 2014 2 57 Ohio State
RB
Rashaad Penny
Rashaad Penny R. Penny
20
79
#35 RB 5'11" 220 24 2/2/96 3 2018 1 27 San Diego State
RB
DeeJay Dallas
DeeJay Dallas D. Dallas
31
67
#84 RB 5'10" 217 22 9/16/98 0 2020 4 144 Miami
FB
Nick Bellore
Nick Bellore N. Bellore
44
67
#8 FB 6'1" 250 31 4/23/89 10 2011 Central Michigan
WR
Tyler Lockett
Tyler Lockett T. Lockett
16
90
#11 WR 5'10" 182 28 9/28/92 6 2015 3 69 Kansas State
WR
D.K. Metcalf
D.K. Metcalf D. Metcalf
14
86
#22 WR 6'3" 228 23 12/14/97 2 2019 2 64 Mississippi
WR
David Moore
David Moore D. Moore
83
76
#70 WR 6'0" 215 26 1/15/95 4 2017 7 226 East Central Oklahoma
WR
Freddie Swain
Freddie Swain F. Swain
18
67
#137 WR 6'0" 197 22 8/4/98 0 2020 6 214 Florida
TE
Greg Olsen
Greg Olsen G. Olsen
88
79
#21 TE 6'6" 255 35 3/11/85 14 2007 1 31 Miami
TE
Will Dissly
Will Dissly W. Dissly
89
77
#26 TE 6'4" 262 24 7/8/96 3 2018 4 120 Washington
TE
Luke Willson
Luke Willson L. Willson
82
75
#39 TE 6'4" 250 31 1/15/90 8 2013 5 158 Rice
TE
Jacob Hollister
Jacob Hollister J. Hollister
86
73
#52 TE 6'4" 239 27 11/18/93 4 2017 Wyoming
TE
Colby Parkinson
Colby Parkinson C. Parkinson
84
67
#84 TE 6'7" 252 22 1/8/99 0 2020 4 133 Stanford
C
Kyle Fuller
Kyle Fuller K. Fuller
61
67
#23 C 6'5" 307 26 3/4/94 2 2017 7 243 Baylor
C
Ethan Pocic
Ethan Pocic E. Pocic
77
67
#23 C 6'6" 307 25 8/5/95 4 2017 2 58 LSU
OG
Mike Iupati
Mike Iupati M. Iupati
70
80
#18 OG 6'5" 331 33 5/12/87 11 2010 1 17 Idaho
OG
Jordan Simmons
Jordan Simmons J. Simmons
66
67
#44 OG 6'4" 325 26 7/15/94 2 2017 USC
OG
Damien Lewis
Damien Lewis D. Lewis
68
67
#44 OG 6'2" 327 23 3/21/97 0 2020 3 69 LSU
OT
Duane Brown
Duane Brown D. Brown
76
83
#9 OT 6'4" 315 35 8/30/85 13 2008 1 26 Virginia Tech
OT
Brandon Shell
Brandon Shell B. Shell
72
68
#51 OT 6'5" 324 28 2/6/92 5 2016 5 158 South Carolina
OT
Chad Wheeler
Chad Wheeler C. Wheeler
75
67
#60 OT 6'7" 306 27 1/19/94 3 2017 USC
OT
Cedric Ogbuehi
Cedric Ogbuehi C. Ogbuehi
74
67
#60 OT 6'5" 306 28 4/25/92 6 2015 1 21 Texas A&M
DT
Jarran Reed
Jarran Reed J. Reed
90
75
#31 DT 6'3" 307 28 12/16/92 5 2016 2 49 Alabama
DT
Poona Ford
Poona Ford P. Ford
97
72
#43 DT 5'11" 309 25 11/19/95 3 2018 Texas
DT
Rasheem Green
Rasheem Green R. Green
94
70
#49 DT 6'4" 275 23 5/15/97 3 2018 3 79 USC
DT
Bryan Mone
Bryan Mone B. Mone
92
67
#66 DT 6'4" 335 25 10/20/95 1 2019 Michigan
DE
Carlos Dunlap
Carlos Dunlap C. Dunlap
43
77
#36 DE 6'6" 277 31 2/28/89 11 2010 2 54 Florida
DE
Benson Mayowa
Benson Mayowa B. Mayowa
95
72
#64 DE 6'3" 236 29 8/3/91 8 2013 Idaho
DE
Jonathan Bullard
Jonathan Bullard J. Bullard
93
68
#87 DE 6'3" 285 27 10/22/93 5 2016 3 72 Florida
DE
L.J. Collier
L.J. Collier L. Collier
91
67
#90 DE 6'2" 283 25 9/12/95 2 2019 1 29 TCU
DE
Damontre Moore
Damontre Moore D. Moore
99
67
#90 DE 6'4" 250 28 9/11/92 7 2013 3 81 Texas A&M
DE
Alton Robinson
Alton Robinson A. Robinson
98
67
#90 DE 6'3" 264 22 6/2/98 0 2020 5 148 Syracuse
LB
Bobby Wagner
Bobby Wagner B. Wagner
54
97
#1 LB 6'0" 241 30 6/27/90 9 2012 2 47 Utah State
LB
KJ Wright
KJ Wright K. Wright
50
81
#22 LB 6'3" 246 31 7/23/89 10 2011 4 99 Mississippi State
LB
Jordyn Brooks
Jordyn Brooks J. Brooks
56
77
#45 LB 6'0" 240 23 10/21/97 0 2020 1 27 Texas Tech
LB
Ben Burr-Kirven
Ben Burr-Kirven B. Burr-Kirven
55
70
#99 LB 6'0" 239 23 9/8/97 2 2019 5 142 Washington
LB
Shaquem Griffin
Shaquem Griffin S. Griffin
49
70
#99 LB 6'0" 227 25 7/20/95 3 2018 5 141 Central Florida
LB
Cody Barton
Cody Barton C. Barton
57
67
#121 LB 6'2" 237 24 11/13/96 2 2019 3 88 Utah
CB
Quandre Diggs
Quandre Diggs Q. Diggs
37
85
#21 CB 5'9" 196 28 1/22/93 6 2015 6 200 Texas
CB
Shaquill Griffin
Shaquill Griffin S. Griffin
26
84
#26 CB 6'0" 194 25 7/20/95 4 2017 3 90 Central Florida
CB
D.J. Reed
D.J. Reed D. Reed
29
69
#105 CB 5'9" 188 24 11/11/96 3 2018 5 142 Kansas State
CB
Linden Stephens
Linden Stephens L. Stephens
34
67
#120 CB 6'0" 198 25 3/21/95 1 2018 Cincinnati
SS
Jamal Adams
Jamal Adams J. Adams
33
89
#1 SS 6'0" 214 25 10/17/95 4 2017 1 6 LSU
FS
Damarious Randall
Damarious Randall D. Randall
36
80
#18 FS 5'11" 196 28 8/29/92 6 2015 1 30 Arizona State
FS
Tre Flowers
Tre Flowers T. Flowers
21
80
#18 FS 6'3" 202 25 6/2/95 3 2018 5 146 Oklahoma State
FS
Ugochukwu Amadi
Ugochukwu Amadi U. Amadi
28
69
#41 FS 5'9" 199 23 5/16/97 2 2019 4 132 Oregon
S
Ryan Neal
Ryan Neal R. Neal
35
67
#3 S 6'2" 187 25 12/24/95 2 2018 Southern Illinois
LS
Tyler Ott
Tyler Ott T. Ott
69 6'3" 245 28 2/28/92 6 2014 Harvard
P
Michael Dickson
Michael Dickson M. Dickson
4
79
#9 P 6'2" 208 25 1/4/96 3 2018 5 149 Texas
PK
Jason Myers
Jason Myers J. Myers
5
76
#13 PK 5'11" 190 29 5/12/91 6 2015 Marist

Top Seahawks Roster Questions of 2020

FAQ

The Seahawks had another successful season in 2019 with an 11-5 record, making the playoffs for the second straight year and seventh time in eight years. However, Seattle has not won the NFC West since 2016, and with the 49ers, Rams, and Cardinals all on the come-up as a franchise, the Seahawks suddenly find themselves in the most competitive division in the NFL. The presence of Russell Wilson, who is arguably the best quarterback in the NFL, means the Seahawks will always be one of the better teams in football, although the supporting roster around him is a bit underwhelming. Seattle lost several veteran players in free agency, including Jadeveon Clowney who was one of the better pass-rushers in the NFL last season. The additions of tight end Greg Olsen, running back Carlos Hyde, and offensive linemen Mike Iupati, Cedric Ogbuehi, and B.J. Finney should bolster the offense. Quinton Dunbar, another offseason acquisition, should be a difference-maker right away in the secondary. The Seahawks had a solid draft with some high-upside long-term players. The team should have solid playoff odds despite their tough division, but this roster may not have the high-level talent needed for a Super Bowl run.

Who is the Highest Paid Seahawks Player?

The Seahawks' highest-paid player heading into the 2020 season is Russell Wilson, the veteran quarterback who carries a $31 million cap hit for this season. He's one of the highest-paid quarterbacks in the NFL and he's well worth it as one of the best players at his position.

Who Owns the Seattle Seahawks?

Paul Allen was the owner of the Seahawks since 1997, and he's most famous for being the co-founder of Microsoft. He passed away in 2018 and left behind the Seahawks franchise to a family trust which is headed by his sister Jody Allen.

Who Is the Seahawks Head Coach?

Pete Caroll is entering his tenth season as the Seahawks' head coach. His last losing season with the team came in 2011 and he's won two NFC Championships as the head coach with one Super Bowl win. He was previously the head coach of USC, the Patriots, and the Jets.

How Much Cap Space do the Seahawks Have?

The Seahawks currently have about $13.9 million in available salary-cap space, which is the 16th-most in the NFL. They only have $5.5 million in dead-cap money and five contracts with a cap hit of $10+ million, but Russell Wilson's contract hurts their financial flexibility.

What is the Situation with Jadaveon Clowney?

Clowney, the former first overall pick in the 2014 draft, was traded to the Seahawks in 2019. He is now a free agent, and while the Seahawks surely would like to resign him, the two sides reportedly haven't spoken in months. He most likely will not be back with the team.

Who is the Youngest Player on the Seahawks?

The Seahawks have several players on their roster who are 21 years old including fourth-round picks DeeJay Dallas (running back, Miami) and Colby Parkinson (tight end, Stanford) as well as sixth-round picks Travis Homer (2019) (running back, Miami) and Freddie Swain (wide receiver, Florida).

Who is the Oldest Player on the Seahawks?

The oldest player on the Seahawks' roster is tight end Greg Olsen who was signed in free agency this offseason. The three-time Pro Bowl tight end previously spent time with the Chicago Bears and Carolina Panthers. He is now 35 years old.