2024 SEAHAWKS Depth Chart and Roster Moves


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2024 Seahawks Depth Chart, Roster Moves, Cap Position

The team usually makes close to 300 roster moves/season (last year 349). This depth chart will change as injuries happen and/or players are added or subtracted as needed. Having a depth chart here is a good addition to the main board page so when the team changes players, knowing their player numbers, their names, and positional information is a good thing to be able to quickly refer to here without leaving the site. JS likes to churn the roster a bit to help the competitive situations at various positions.

Here below is a current depth chart. I will record each transaction in and out as they happen. This depth chart is only my opinion, so feel free to comment or suggest changes. Comments here are welcomed, this thread is supposed to be informative but also to encourage roster discussion. The plan is to record all forthcoming roster moves and to adjust the DC as the roster changes are made.

Please advise here of any changes as they happen. The usual exceptionally dependable members always assist but everyone should feel completely free to report changes to the roster here when they happen. Be careful as sometimes the media gets the story wrong, or the source proves unreliable. All assistance is greatly appreciated and allows us to have an accurate and up to date DC here. I will attempt to keep this depth chart current quickly after all changes, PS designations, waivers, cuts, additions, players claimed, PUP, or injury designations, etc.. I will also attempt to keep it current throughout the season by indicating what the roster moves were after they happen. This sometimes involves a delay, sometimes life intervenes, and the delay may result in the update being slower to happen. However, I will make every effort to keep this page current. This hopefully will be a complete record.

I will also update the presently available cap number on a weekly basis, or as quickly as information can be obtained from https://overthecap.com/salary-cap/seattle-seahawks/. Their number can also be seen at the bottom of this page.

Here is the roster from Seahawks.com: http://www.seahawks.com/team/roster

Here is a link to the team’s coaching staff from the team’s website: https://www.seahawks.com/team/coaches-roster/

Here also a DC from the team: http://www.seahawks.com/team/depth-chart
NOTE: This DC is usually not updated each year by the team until completion of training camp.

Here as well is the transactions report from the team: https://www.seahawks.com/team/transactions/

Color Codes

- (White) Player already on team from last season, or added with futures deal (F) before FA or the draft

- (Green) Players from the team who were UFAs (U), RFAs (R), or ERFAs (E) in 2024.

- (Italics) Note:Player who are on 1 yr. deals, or in the last year of their present deal (as italicized). Where a player is from the outside the player may also have an appropriately colored designation.

- (Red) Player added in FA or claimed as an outside FA or as a veteran waived player

- (Blue) Player added in Draft

- (Electric Green) UDFA player added after the draft

- (Underlined) Player renewed before/after contract expired

- (Yellow) Player acquired by trade

PRESENT ROSTER players under contract


QB- 7- Geno Smith, (O Capn.), 6- Sam Howell, 15- PJ Walker,

RB- 9- Kenneth Walker III, 26- Zach Charbonnet, 25- Kenny McIntosh, 36- George Holani, 44- Kobe Lewis, 31- TaMerik William


LWR- 14- D.K. Metcalf, 19- Jake Bobo, 82- Cody White, (F), 81- Laviska Shenault,

RWR- 16- Tyler Lockett, (O Capn.), 83- Dareke Young, 84- Hayden Hatten, 33- Dee Williams,

SWR- 11- Jaxson Smith-Njigba, 13- Aesop Winston, (F), 1- D’Wayne Eskridge,

LT- 67- Charles Cross, 78- Stone Forsythe, 65- Michael Jerrell, 76- Garret Greenfield,

LG- 70- Laken Tomlinson, 73- Tremayne Anchrum Jr., 63- Sataoa Laumea,

OC- 51- Olusegun Oluwatimi, 56- Nick Harris, 60- Mike Novitsky,

RG- 75- Anthony Bradford, 64- Christian Haynes, 66- McClendon Curtis,

RT- 72- Abraham Lucas, 74- George Fant, 79- Raiqwon O'Neil, 69- * Max Pircher *,

TE- 87 - Noah Fant, 85- Tyler Mabry, (F), 86- Pharaoh Brown, 38- Brady Russell, 88- A.J. Barner, 89- Jack Westover,


DE/DT- 91- Byron Murphy, 95- Myles Adams,

NT- 90- Jarran Reed, 97- Jonathan Hankins, 77- Matthew Gotel (F),

DE/DT- 99- Leonard Williams, 93- Cameron Young, 98-- DeVere Levelston, 57- Nathan Pickering,

LOLB/EDGE- 55- Dre'Mont Jones, 52- Darrell Taylor, 58- Derick Hall, 94- Mike Morris, 47- Sunny Anderson,

ROLB/EDGE- 10- Uchenna Nwosu, 53- Boye Mafe, 49- Joshua Onujiogu, 46- Nelson Ceaser, 92- Rason Williams II,

ILB- 17- Jerome Baker, 59- Jon Rhattigan, 42- Drake Thomas, 40- Easton Gibbs,

ILB- 0- Tyrel Dodson, 50- Patrick O'Connell, 48- Tyrice Knight, 43- Devin Richardson

RCB- 27- Tariq Woolen, 29- Lance Boykin (F), u/k- Andrew Whitaker, 35- Ro Torrence,

LCB- 21- Devon Witherspoon, 30- Mike Jackson Sr., 28- Nehemiah Pritchett, 37- Carlton Johnson,

NCB- 22- Tre Brown, 21- Artie Burns, 29- DJ James,

FS- 2- Rayshawn Jenkins, 8- Coby Bryant, 34- Jonathan Sutherland (F),

SS- 20- Julian Love, 32- Jerrick Reed, 24- K'Von Wallace, 39- Ty Okada,


PK- 5- Jason Myers, (ST Capn.),

P- 4- Michael Dickson,

LS- 41- Chris Stoll,

TOTAL = -90- (90 allowed) *OT-Pircher doesn't count against roster limits as an IPP player *


INJURED RESERVE (IR), (IRr) = Injured Reserve returnable, PUP (PUP), WAIVED INJURED (WI), INJURED RESERVED DESIGNATED RECALL (IRDR), Non-football Injury (NFI), Reserve Did Not Report (RDNR), COVID opt out (CO), COVID Reserve (COR), Suspended/Commissioner's exempt/suspended list (SUS)

Traded, Cut/Released (C), Waived (W), Waived Injured (WI), Waived w. Injury Settlement (WIS), Retired (Ret) (several players may have multiple moves)

FS- 6 - Quandre Diggs, (C),
SS- 33- Jamal Adams, (C)
TE- 89- Will Dissly, (C), signed by LAC
NT- 91- Bryan Mone, (C)
FB- 44- Nick Bellore, (C)
DE- 77- LaTrell Bumphus, (W)
RB- 40- Bryant Koback, (F) (Ret)
OLB/DE- 48- Levi Bell (F), (W)
QB- 15- Chevan Cordeiro, (W)
NT- 62- Buddha Jones, (WI)


Unrestricted Free Agents

QB- 2- Drew Lock,
to NYG,
RB- 31- DeeJay Dallas, to AZ,
OC- 63- Evan Brown, to AZ,
OT- 74- Jake Curhan,
to the Bears ,
OT- 70- Jason Peters,
OG- 60- Phil Haynes,
TE- 87 - Noah Fant,
re-signed 2 years $21.5 M.
OG- 68 - Damien Lewis, to CAR,
TE- 84- Colby Parkinson, to LAR,

DE/DT- 97- Mario Edwards,
to HOU, terms u/k
DT/NT- 99- Leonard Williams, re-signed, 3 years/$64.5 M potentially
ILB- 56- Jordyn Brooks, to MIA,
ILB- 0- Devin Bush, to Browns,
ILB- 54- Bobby Wagner, (D Capn.) to Commanders,
NCB- 21- Artie Burns, re-signed 1 yr.,

Restricted Free Agents


DGE- 52- Darrell Taylor, (R),
re-signed, one year and $3.136M, $20K signing bonus, a $3.116M non-guaranteed base salary.
ILB- 59- Jon Rhattigan, (R), tendered RFR
LCB- 30- Mike Jackson Sr., (R), tendered Original Round, re-negotiated deal 1 yr

Exclusive Rights Free Agents

OT- 79- Raiqwon O'Neil, (E),
OG- 66- McClendon Curtis, (E),
TE- 38- Brady Russell, (E),

DE/DT- 95- Myles Adams, (E),
OLB/DE- 49- Joshua Onujiogu, (E)

Street Free Agents

QB- 15- Sean Manion, retired
WR- 88- Cade Johnson,
WR- 13- Cody Thompson,
OC- 62- Joey Hunt,

ILB- 36- Christian Young,
signed futures contract with GB
CB- 28- Kelvin Joseph, signed futures contract with KC
CB- 29- Lance Boykin, re-signed to future deal (F)
NT- 64- Austin Faoliu,
DE/OLB- 92- Hamilcar Rashed,

2024 Players Drafted
Round 1 (1)
Pick #16- DT- Byron Murphy,
Texas, signed

Round 2 (0)
No pick- pick traded to NYG for Leonard Williams

Round 3 (2)
Pick #78- traded to Washington for QB- Sam Howell trade.

Pick #81- OG
- Christian Haynes, Connecticut, signed

Round 4 (2)
Pick #102- rec'd from Washington QB- Sam Howell trade, Seahawks trade pick #102 (4th) and #235 (7th) to Denver for picks #121 (4th), #136 (5th) and #207 (6th).

Pick #118- ILB- Tyrice Knight, UTEP,

Pick #121- TE- A.J. Barner, Michigan, signed

Round 5 (1)
Pick #136- rec'd from Denver in pick trade, CB- Nehemiah Pritchett, Auburn,

Pick #152- traded to Washington for QB- Sam Howell trade

Round 6 (3)
Pick #179- rec'd from Washington for QB- Sam Howell trade, OG- Sataoa Laumea, Utah,

Pick #192- CB- DJ James, Auburn, signed

Pick #207- rec'd from Denver picks trade, OT- Michael Jerrell, Findlay College, signed

Round 7 (0)

Pick # 235- traded to Denver picks trade


TE- 86- Pharaoh Brown, 1 yr. $3.9 M, 3.2 mil. salary, $700K in possible incentives
OC- 56- Nick Harris, $2.51 million deal plus incentives, max $3.26M
SS- 2- Rayshawn Jenkins, two years/$12 million/ $6.6 million year one
OT- 74- George Fant, two years/ $14 M / $3.7 M signing bonus.
ILB- 0- Tyrel Dodson, terms u/k
ILB- 17- Jerome Baker, 1 year/$7 M.
OG- 73- Tremayne Anchrum Jr., terms u/k
DB- 24- K'Von Wallace, terms u/k
NT- 97- Jonathan Hankins, 1 yr., terms u/k
WR/KR- 81- Laviska Shenault, terms u/k
OT- u/k- Max Pircher, terms u/k, *THIS PLAYER IS AN INTERNATIONAL PLAYER PATHWAY PROGRAM PLAYER, he does not count against roster limits*
OG- u/k- Laken Tomlinson, I yr. /$1.210 M $500K Gtd.
QB- u/k- PJ Walker, u/k,

2024 Undrafted Free Agents
OLB- Sunny Anderson, Grambling State
OLB- Nelson Ceaser, Houston
QB- Chevan Cordeiro, San Jose State
ILB- Easton Gibbs, Wyoming
OT- Garret Greenfield, South Dakota State
WR- Hayden Hatten, Idaho
RB- George Holani, Boise State
CB- Carlton Johnson, Fresno State
DE- DeVere Levelston, SMU
RB- Kobe Lewis, Florida Atlantic
OC- Mike Novitsky, Kansas
CB- Ro Torrence, Arizona State
TE- Jack Westover, Washington
WR/KR- Dee Williams, Tennessee
OLB- Rason Williams II, Louisiana Tech
RB- TaMerik Williams, North Dakota State
NT- Buddha Jones, Troy
ILB- Devin Richardson, WSU
DE- Nathan Pickering, Miss St

Players obtained via Trade
QB- 6- Sam Howell, acquired from the Washington Commanders along with their 4th round pick #102 and 6th rd. Pick #179 for a trade to the Commanders of Seahawks 2024 3rd rd. Pick #78 and 5th rd. Pick #152

= -57- since the beginning of free agency which for this thread is the Super Bowl
Present Available Cap Number for 2023 as per OTC.com = $8,500,186


As well here is a CAP calculator for NFL teams for creating 'what if' scenarios.…

Until we develop a pass rush that will cause opposing teams to be forced to scheme to defend it we will never be able to consistently take the final step. The interior rush needs improvement. The interior OLine clearly still needs work.

Super Bowl XLVIII Champions at last after 38 seasons. Awesome!!!
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Upcoming event dates for the new season follow ..........

Thanks Jville!!!





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If a mod with editing powers notices this can you please sticky this thread.

Here is the new roster thread.
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Back at you morgulon1.

Not much news except for coaching acquisitions and that the Hawks are going to pay Geno's roster bonus of $12.8 million as it appears he has been told the team will not be cutting him prior to the deadline for that bonus to vest.

Lots of work to do for them to field a competitive team this season.


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Roy Wa.
We begin the period of misinformation, fishing and Fantasy football type trade rumors, nothing you read now is the total truth, lots of misdirection about to start being leaked. We are in a boat with no rudder or oars as far as fans this year, may as well enjoy the view and hope we don't hit any rapids or waterfalls, we have never been down this river as we stand with John and Mikes first year.


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Otherwise known as silly season.

So unless it's officially official it's likely BS or pure speculation.


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As silly season progresses we will hear many rumours of possible player moves, team interest in players to be drafted along with speculations about cuts, trades and or acquisitions. This is the worst time of the year to be a fan b/c sorting out truth from speculation is frequently very frustrating, confusing, and difficult, extreme patience is needed.

We just need to wait on official announcements from the team and JS is notoriously very tight lipped in providing information until after the fact. Hurry up and wait my friends.

Combine upcoming next weekend.
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I want to take a moment to contextualize the team's cap space ahead of free agency. You will see various figures thrown around and any of those figures can be correct as long as you understand how they came about. For this post I'm going to assume you have a basic knowledge of hope the cap works (top-51, carryover, pro rations, etc...).

OTC has the Seahawks at about $5.2M over ahead of the start of the league year. This assume $5,674,000 carryover from 2023 and a league cap of $242M. Both of those figures are likely to change. I think the Seahawks will get a little more credit for some of the guys who didn't meet per-game roster bonuses in 2023, and it's looking like the $242M will be higher. For now let's assume those things stay the same.

OTC only has 49 contracts so the $5.2M figure is low. Assuming they tender all the EFRA guys, it goes to $7.37M over.

We also have to consider the RFAs. None of them are obvious to be tendered, but I do think at least Mike Jackson is worth tendering at the $2.8M that is projected. Maybe Taylor gets tendered and not Jackson or maybe both. The other guys are Curhan and Rhattigan who will be either signed to lesser deals or allowed to test the market. Tendering just 1 RFA puts us at $9.4M over, so that much has to be shed just to be league compliant, let alone re-sign any other guys above the league minimum.

Which gets us to possible 'cap casualities'. You'll hear a lot about "Designated post June 1", but that isn't really in play here because you have to keep the player's full cap number on the books until June 1 when you do that. So if they cut Jamal Adams, it would have to be a full 2024 hit. Cutting Jamal (assuming he passes his physical) saves the team about $6.5M. Bryan Mone saves about $4.6M, so just shedding those two guys gets us at least compliant.

That's as far as I want to go for now, because a lot will change even ahead of the start of the league year, including the official league-wide cap figure.

There are several guys who have salaries that can be cut or deferred, and it really comes down how the team feels about those guys. Diggs, Dissly and Lockett are question marks. Other vets like Geno and D.K. could easily be restructured to defer money into futures years. I'm not much into the opinion side of things, I'm just trying to layout where things are, keeping in mind that as circumstances change, the dollars will look different.
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Looks to me like $14 million of Tyler's scheduled 2024 salary can be converted into a prorated signing bonus. That would free up about $7 million in 2024 cap space. They could also fold in his scheduled 2024 per game roster bonus in with a new signing bonus. Looks doable to me. Tyler brings added value to a transition year. There should be plenty of targets for everyone who earns it.

Cap adjustments should be interesting.