Seattle Seahawks Depth Chart

  • HC: Pete Carroll
  • OC: Brian Schottenheimer
  • DC: Ken Norton Jr
  • ST: Brian Schneider
Updated: 05/28/2020 5:12PM ET
Pos No. Player 1 No Player 2 No Player 3 No Player 4 No Player 5
Offense
OFF          
LWR14Metcalf, DK 19/283Moore, David 17/715Ursua, John 19/781Thompson, Cody CF192Fuller, Aaron CF20
RWR16Lockett, Tyler 15/311Dorsett, Phillip U/NE18Swain, Freddie 20/610Hart, Penny CF1913Dawkins, Seth CF20
LT76BROWN, DUANE T/Hou73Jones, Jamarco 18/5
LG77Pocic, Ethan 17/270IUPATI, MIKE U/Arz61Fuller, Kyle SF1965Warmack, Chance SF2066Simmons, Jordan W/Oak
C67Finney, BJ U/Pit64Roos, Jordan CF1753Hunt, Joey 16/6
RG60Haynes, Phil 19/468Lewis, Damien 20/362McKenzie, Kahlil SF19
RT74Ogbuehi, Cedric U/Jax72Shell, Brandon U/NYJ75Wheeler, Chad SF1979Champion, Tommy CF20
TE88OLSEN, GREG SF2082WILLSON, LUKE 13/587Sullivan, Stephen 20/785Mabry, Tyler CF20
TE88Dissly, Will 18/484Parkinson, Colby 20/448Hollister, Jacob T/NE46Wood-Anderson, Dominick CF20
QB3WILSON, RUSSELL 12/37Smith, Geno U/LAC6Gordon, Anthony CF20
RB32Carson, Chris 17/700Hyde, Carlos U/Hou20Penny, Rashaad 18/125Homer, Travis 19/631Dallas, DeeJay 20/4
RB39Carr, Patrick CF2036Jones, Anthony CF20
FB44BELLORE, NICK U/Det
Defense
DEF          
LDE95Collier, LJ 19/199Mayowa, Benson U/LV98Robinson, Alton 20/593Jackson, Branden SF1748Webb, Marcus CF20
LDT91Reed, Jarran 16/267Christmas, Demarcus 19/679Mone, Bryan CF19
RDT97Ford, Poona CF1875Lattimore, Cedrick CF2063Avery, Josh CF20
LEO51IRVIN, BRUCE U/Car98Green, Rasheem 18/358Taylor, Darrell 20/2
SLB56Brooks, Jordyn 20/149Griffin, Shaquem 18/543Mencer, Eli CF20
MLB54Wagner, Bobby 12/257Barton, Cody 19/3
ROLB50WRIGHT, KJ 11/455Burr-Kirven, Ben 19/552Ellerbee, Emmanuel W/LAC47Smith, Sutton SF19
LCB26Griffin, Shaquill 17/323THORPE, NEIKO SF1634Stephens, Linden W/Mia1Stanley, Jayson W/Jax9Heslop, Gavin CF20
LCB8Siverand, Kemah CF20
SS30McDougald, Brad U/TB42Hill, Delano 17/337Diggs, Quandre T/Det
FS37Diggs, Quandre T/Det27Blair, Marquise 19/235Neal, Ryan SF1933Miller, Chris CF20
RCB21Flowers, Tre 18/522Dunbar, Quinton T/Was37Allen, Brian SF1938Renfro, Debione CF2041Norwood, Josh CF20
NB28Amadi, Ugochukwu 19/4
Special Teams
ST          
PT4Dickson, Michael 18/5
PK5Myers, Jason U/NYJ
LS69Ott, Tyler SF16
H4Dickson, Michael 18/5
KO5Myers, Jason U/NYJ
PR16Lockett, Tyler 15/328Amadi, Ugochukwu 19/415Ursua, John 19/7
KR16Lockett, Tyler 15/328Amadi, Ugochukwu 19/4

Analysis

What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about JORDYN BROOKS before he made the Seattle Seahawks' Depth Chart: Texas Tech, 6000 240 4.53. Four-year starter, Houston, TX. Second-team All-America and first-team All-Big 12. Highly productive inside linebacker. Makes a lot of tackles and big plays. Quick with initial read, react and inside fits. Sudden with downhill reactions that has produced plays at or behind the line. Slips blocks on the move and has been effective going back door on a block making a play in the backfield. Has been used in the blitz scheme showing a burst to close on the ball. Can be disruptive. Makes plays from tackle to tackle and lays a hit. Shows outstanding lateral movement and short space agility. Makes adjustments from chasing to keeping backside leverage in pursuit. Angles are normally precise. Tackles with knee bend and finish, driving through the ball carrier. Very sure tackler with few misses. Has range to run down ball carriers on the perimeter and make plays in space. For an inside linebacker was not used extensively in coverage as he was most often blitzing or spying in the backfield. When asked to drop, lacked awareness and depth to get in the throwing lane. Occasionally gets out of position running around a block trying to go back door. He relies on instincts and quickness to make plays but is not as effective when squared up on a block. Needs to develop consistent hand use to shed blocks inline. Has the ability to start inside in the NFL but there are questions about his skill and aptitude in coverage. Has the speed and athletic ability so a team may believe he can be an every-down player. At this point he is a two down prospect who will have to develop in coverage. 2019 stats: 108 T, 20 TFL, 3 sacks, 12 QBH, 1 FF. OSR:3/17. Third/fourth round. (A-32 7/8, H-9 1/8, BP-DNP, SS-DNP). Texas Tech, 6000 240 4.53. Four-year starter, Houston, TX. Second-team All-America and first-team All-Big 12. Highly productive inside linebacker. Makes a lot of tackles and big plays. Quick with initial read, react and inside fits. Sudden with downhill reactions that has produced plays at or behind the line. Slips blocks on the move and has been effective going back door on a block making a play in the backfield. Has been used in the blitz scheme showing a burst to close on the ball. Can be disruptive. Makes plays from tackle to tackle and lays a hit. Shows outstanding lateral movement and short space agility. Makes adjustments from chasing to keeping backside leverage in pursuit. Angles are normally precise. Tackles with knee bend and finish, driving through the ball carrier. Very sure tackler with few misses. Has range to run down ball carriers on the perimeter and make plays in space. For an inside linebacker was not used extensively in coverage as he was most often blitzing or spying in the backfield. When asked to drop, lacked awareness and depth to get in the throwing lane. Occasionally gets out of position running around a block trying to go back door. He relies on instincts and quickness to make plays but is not as effective when squared up on a block. Needs to develop consistent hand use to shed blocks inline. Has the ability to start inside in the NFL but there are questions about his skill and aptitude in coverage. Has the speed and athletic ability so a team may believe he can be an every-down player. At this point he is a two down prospect who will have to develop in coverage. 2019 stats: 108 T, 20 TFL, 3 sacks, 12 QBH, 1 FF. OSR:3/17. Third/fourth round. (A-32 7/8, H-9 1/8, BP-DNP, SS-DNP).