Seattle Seahawks Depth Chart

  • HC: Pete Carroll
  • OC: Shane Waldron
  • DC: Clint Hurtt
  • ST: Larry Izzo
Updated: 01/18/2023 10:45AM ET
Pos No. Player 1 No Player 2 No Player 3 No Player 4 No Player 5
Offense
OFF          
LWR14Metcalf, DK 19/283Young, Dareke 22/715Thompson, Cody SF20
RWR16LOCKETT, TYLER 15/318Treadwell, Laquon SF22
SWR11GOODWIN, MARQUISE U/Chi1Eskridge, Dee DFR19Hart, Penny SF19
LT67Cross, Charles 22/178Forsythe, Stone 21/6
LG68Lewis, Damien 20/360Haynes, Phil 19/4
C63BLYTHE, AUSTIN U/KC61Fuller, Kyle SF19
RG66JACKSON, GABE T/LV
RT72Lucas, Abraham 22/374Curhan, Jake CF21
TE87Fant, Noah T/Den89Dissly, Will 18/484Parkinson, Colby 20/485Mabry, Tyler CF20
QB7SMITH, GENO U/LAC2Lock, Drew T/Den
RB9Walker III, Kenneth 22/220Penny, Rashaad 18/125Homer, Travis 19/631Dallas, DeeJay 20/438Igwebuike, Godwin SF22
RB32Jones Jr., Tony W/NO
FB44BELLORE, NICK U/Det41Gillaspia, Cullen SF22
Defense
DEF          
DE93HARRIS, SHELBY T/Den91Collier, L.J. 19/1
NT99WOODS, AL SF2190Mone, Bryan CF19
DT97Ford, Poona CF1877Jefferson, Quinton 16/595Adams, Myles SF20
LOLB51IRVIN, BRUCE SF2252Taylor, Darrell 20/240Johnson, Darryl W/Car92Smith, Tyreke 22/5
LILB56Brooks, Jordyn 20/158Muse, Tanner SF2150Jones, Vi CF22
RILB57Barton, Cody 19/359Rhattigan, Jon CF2155Burr-Kirven, Ben 19/5
ROLB10Nwosu, Uchenna U/LAC53Mafe, Boye 22/298Robinson, Alton 20/549Onujiogu, Joshua CF22
LCB30Jackson, Mike SF2137Crawford, Xavier SF2221Burns, Artie U/Chi
SS33Adams, Jamal T/NYJ26Neal, Ryan SF1923Abram, Johnathan W/GB
FS6DIGGS, QUANDRE T/Det13Jones, Josh SF2139Tabor, Teez P/Atl35Blount, Joey CF22
RCB27Woolen, Tariq 22/522Brown, Tre 21/424Dunn, Isaiah DFR
NB8Bryant, Coby 22/428Coleman, Justin U/Mia
Special Teams
ST          
PT4Dickson, Michael 18/5
PK5MYERS, JASON U/NYJ
LS69OTT, TYLER SF1746TINKER, CARSON SF22
H4Dickson, Michael 18/5
KO5MYERS, JASON U/NYJ
PR31Dallas, DeeJay 20/4
KR38Igwebuike, Godwin SF2231Dallas, DeeJay 20/4
Reserves
RES          
FUT36Thompson, Darwin RB76McKenzie, Jalen OT88Johnson, Cade WR47Steele, Chris CB75Eiland, Greg OT
FUT81Wedington, Connor WR86Winston Jr., Easop WR64Hewitt, Jarrod DT70Garrett, Chris OLB62Hunt, Joey OC

Team Needs

1. Quarterback
2. Defensive Line
3. Wide Receiver

Key FA: S Ryan Neal, QB Geno Smith, DT Poona Ford

It would be in both parties’ interests to keep Smith around but there needs to be a hard line on what the franchise will pay out. Stick to the formula that has worked even if it means entering draft weekend for the next bargain signal caller.

Check out our initial QB review here: https://youtu.be/k9sFPrrAGJM

Depth Chart Fantasy Impact

For the first time since 2011, Russell Wilson will not be under center for Seattle. He was traded to the Broncos in March, leaving the Seahawks with QBs Geno Smith and Drew Lock. 31-year-old Smith made 3 starts in place of Wilson last year, totaling 571 passing yards and 4 TDs. Lock has plenty of arm talent but disappointed over the past 3 years in Denver.

The Seahawks invested plenty into the backfield this offseason, re-signing RB Rashaad Penny to a 1-year, $5.75 million deal and spending the 41st overall pick of the draft on RB Kenneth Walker. The latter is coming off a huge season at Michigan State, racking up 1,636 yards and 18 TDs on 263 carries. Penny was banged up for much of his first 3-and-a-half seasons with the Seahawks but was awesome down the stretch last year, leading the league with 671 rushing yards over the final 5 weeks.

D.K. Metcalf and Tyler Lockett return as Seattle’s top 2 WRs. Both guys remained excellent last year, ranking 12th and 13th, respectively, in Pro Football Focus’ receiving grades. The Seahawks will look to get more from 2021 2nd-round WR D’Wayne Eskridge, who mustered just 10 catches across 10 appearances as a rookie.

TE Noah Fant arrived in Seattle in the Russell Wilson trade. The 24-year-old, former 1st-round pick has topped 60 catches and 650 yards in both of the last 2 seasons. The Seahawks also re-signed TE Will Dissly to a surprisingly lucrative 3-year, $24 million deal.

Seattle spent the 9th overall pick of this spring’s draft on Mississippi State’s Charles Cross, who’s expected to start at LT.

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