Germain Ifedi, the Seattle Seahawks’ starting right tackle, is one of the team’s most prominent free agents heading into the offseason. (AP Photo/Bill Kostroun)
                                Germain Ifedi, the Seattle Seahawks’ starting right tackle, is one of the team’s most prominent free agents heading into the offseason. (AP Photo/Bill Kostroun)
                                Germain Ifedi, the Seattle Seahawks’ starting right tackle, is one of the team’s most prominent free agents heading into the offseason. (AP Photo/Bill Kostroun)

Germain Ifedi, the Seattle Seahawks’ starting right tackle, is one of the team’s most prominent free agents heading into the offseason. (AP Photo/Bill Kostroun) Germain Ifedi, the Seattle Seahawks’ starting right tackle, is one of the team’s most prominent free agents heading into the offseason. (AP Photo/Bill Kostroun) Germain Ifedi, the Seattle Seahawks’ starting right tackle, is one of the team’s most prominent free agents heading into the offseason. (AP Photo/Bill Kostroun)

The Seahawks’ free agents heading into the offseason

Jadeveon Clowney, Germain Ifedi and Jarran Reed are among the most significant names.

The Seattle Seahawks’ 2019 season came to an end when the Seahawks lost 28-23 to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday in the divisional round of the playoffs. Here’s the list of Seattle’s impending free agents heading into the offseason (players listed with their position and 2019 salary-cap number, as determined by SpoTrac.com):

UNRESTRICTED (19)

These are players with expiring contracts who have accrued at least four seasons of experience and are therefore free to sign with any team:

DE Ziggy Ansah, $8,062,500

DE Jadeveon Clowney, $8,000,000

LB Mychal Kendricks, $4,000,000

T George Fant, $3,o95,000

G Mike Iupati, $2,750,000

T Germain Ifedi, $2,629,808

DT Al Woods, $2,065,442

DE Quinton Jefferson, $2,025,000

WR Jaron Brown, $1,500,000

CB Akeem King, $1,353,125

DT Jarran Reed, $1,161,642

CB Neiko Thorpe, $1,000,000

RB C.J. Prosise, $918,116

WR Josh Gordon, $833,823

QB Geno Smith, $645,000

TE Luke Willson, $531,176

LB Dekota Watson, $109,411

RB Robert Turbin, $54,705

RB Marshawn Lynch, $37,941

RESTRICTED (5)

These are players with expiring contracts who have accrued three seasons of experience, meaning they are free to sign with another team. However, if the Seahawks offer a qualifying tender, then they have the right to match any offers, or else Seattle receives draft-pick compensation if the player signs elsewhere:

C Joey Hunt, $720,000

DE Branden Jackson, $720,000

CB Kalan Reed, $720,000

WR David Moore, $645,000

TE Jacob Hollister, $455,294

EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS (8)

These are players with expiring contracts who have accrued fewer than three seasons of experience, meaning the Seahawks retain their rights provided they make a qualifying offer of a one-year deal for the league minimum:

T Jordan Simmons, $570,000

LB Emmanuel Ellerbe, $570,000

G Jordan Roos, $301,764

S Ryan Neal, $100,588

WR Malik Turner, $570,000

CB Jeremy Boykins, $378,000

TE Tyrone Swoops, $174,705

DT Bryan Mone, $58,235

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