Seattle Seahawks free agents heading into the 2018 offseason

Here’s the list of Seahawks who are unrestricted, restricted or exclusive rights free agents.

Here’s a list of the Seattle Seahawks who are free agents this offseason, along with their salary cap numbers from 2017, according to


These players have four or more years of service and can sign with any team without restrictions.

Name Position
2017 salary cap number
Jimmy Graham
TE $10,000,000
Luke Joeckel G $8,000,000
Eddie Lacy RB $4,250,000
Sheldon Richardson DT $2,513, 500
Bradley McDougald S $1,800,000
Luke Willson TE $1,800,000
Michael Wilhoite LB $1,550,000
DeShawn Shead CB $1,200,000
Paul Richardson WR $1,178,209
Blair Walsh K $1,100,000
Marcus Smith DE $990,000
Oday Aboushi G $975,000
Byron Maxwell CB $900,000
Terence Garvin LB $855,000
Austin Davis QB $855,000
Matt Tobin T $812,500
Dewey McDonald LB $690,000

It’s possible Shead and McDonald, who were injured for most of 2017, won’t receive the service time required to become unrestricted free agents and will instead be restricted.


These players have between three and four years of service, so the Seahawks can match offers received from other teams.

Name Position 2017 salary cap number
Dion Jordan DE $640,000
Justin Coleman CB $615,000
Mike Davis RB $615,000
Thomas Rawls RB $530,000


These players have three or fewer years of service, so the Seahawks have the first option of signing them.

Name Position 2017 salary cap number
Tyler Ott LS $540,000
Quinton Jefferson DE $540,000
Branden Jackson DE $540,000
Joey Hunt C $540,000
Phil Dawson LB $540,000
Garrison Smith DE $540,000
J.D. McKissic RB $495,000
Jordan Simone S $465,000
Tyrus Thompson T $465,000
Josh Forrest LB $465,000

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