Seattle Seahawks Depth Chart

Seattle Seahawks Depth Chart

NFC West
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Head Coach
Pete Carroll
Offensive Coordinator
Brian Schottenheimer
Defensive Coordinator
Ken Norton Jr
Special Teams Coach
Brian Schneider
Defensive Scheme
Team News
Antonio Brown Would Love To Play With Seahawks

Many quarterbacks around the league are enamored with the idea of throwing to free-agent wide receiver Antonio Brown, and Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is one of them. The two actually worked out together on Wednesday. According to a source, Brown would love to play for the Seahawks. If they make a move on him, though, it would likely take some time. It sounds like a team will sign Brown despite all of his off-the-field troubles, but they will likely wait to see how the NFL handles him. Brown is expected to receive a lengthy suspension of at least eight games, but even then, QBs would love a chance to throw to him in the second half of the season. Because Brown probably won't play anywhere close to a full season in 2020, he's unlikely to be much of a redraft target to begin the season.

2 days ago
Antonio Brown Works Out With Russell Wilson

Free-agent wide receiver Antonio Brown posted a picture on his Instagram account on Wednesday showing him working out with Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Russell Wilson. Brown is trying to work his way back into the league after countless off-field incidents. While he's likely to receive at least an eight-game suspension in 2020, it's looking more and more likely that another team will give him another shot based purely on his talent on a football field. The Seahawks were already one of the teams considering adding Brown or Josh Gordon, and Wilson working out with AB only furthers that narrative. Adding Brown to Seattle's mix would certainly be intriguing, but the controversial wideout won't have much redraft value with a lengthy suspension coming his way if he's reinstated.

3 days ago
Colby Parkinson Has Surgery For Jones Fracture

Seattle Seahawks rookie tight end Colby Parkinson (foot), a fourth-round pick, suffered a broken fifth metatarsal in his foot while running a route this offseason, according to a source. Parkinson had surgery on the Jones fracture on June 2 and has been rehabbing in Seattle. This injury means that the rookie might not be ready for the start of the season. With no in-person workouts this offseason due to the coronavirus pandemic, Parkinson will now miss training camp workouts in July. The Seahawks are stacked at tight end with Greg Olsen, Will Dissly, Luke Willson and Jacob Hollister, though, so Parkinson likely won't see much of the field in 2020 when he recovers from his injury.

15 days ago
Marquise Blair Could Take Over In Nickel Role

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said that safety Marquise Blair will "get a lot of consideration to contribute" in a nickel role covering the slot this season. Ugo Amadi was the main nickel cornerback last season but struggled in coverage and will be pushed by Blair this summer. Blair, a second-round pick last year, would be given more of a chance to see defensive snaps with both Quandre Diggs and Bradley McDougald ahead of him at safety. The 22-year-old (23 next month) from Utah had 32 tackles (24 solo) and three forced fumbles in 14 games (three starts) for the Seahawks in his rookie season in 2019.

22 days ago
Interested Team Calls Seahawks About Colin Kaepernick

An interested team called the Seattle Seahawks to ask about their experience with free-agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick when they worked him out back in 2017, according to head coach Pete Carroll. Carroll won't close the door on signing Kap now, but the Seahawks like their backup situation with Geno Smith returning. The head coach is under the impression that at least one team is interested in signing him this offseason. Carroll said that he regrets that the Seahawks didn't sign Kaepernick in 2017, but Seattle felt that he wasn't the right because they thought he was a starter and were certain that he'd be starting elsewhere that season.

23 days ago