Let’s organize some of the offseason movement today. We are just more than a month from the draft, so, beginning tomorrow, we’ll shift into draft mode.
In the interim, a few things to go over:
April 21: First day of voluntary workouts
May 8-10: NFL draft.
May 27-29, June 2-3, June 5, June 9-12: OTA offseason workouts
June 17-19: Mandatory mini-camp
Free agency tracker
— DE Michael Bennett (4 years, $28.5 million, $10 million guaranteed)
— TE Anthony McCoy (1 year, $1.35 million, all guaranteed)
— DT Tony McDaniel (2 years, $5.75 million, $1.25 million guaranteed)
— QB Tarvaris Jackson (1 year, $1.25 million, all guaranteed)
— PK Stephen Hauschka (3 years, $9.15 million, $3.35 million guaranteed)
Free agents signed by other teams:
— CB Brandon Browner (signed with New England, 3 years, $17 million, $1 million guarantee, the base salary for 2014)
— TE Kellen Davis (signed with the New York Giants, 1 year, $795,000, $15,000 guaranteed)
— RT Breno Giacomini, New York Jets (4 years, $18 million, $7 million guaranteed)
— S Chris Maragos, Philadelphia (3 years, $4.05 million, $1.5 million guaranteed)
— DT Clinton McDonald, Tampa Bay (4 years, $12 million, $4.75 million guaranteed)
— OL Paul McQuistan (signed with Cleveland, $1 year, $1.395 million, $750,000 guaranteed)
— WR Golden Tate, Detroit (5 years, $31 million, $10.5 million guaranteed)
— CB Walter Thurmond (signed with New York Giants, 1 year, $3.5 million, $2 million guaranteed, which included a $1 million signing bonus)
Players cut since end of season:
— DT Red Bryant (signed with Jacksonville, 4 years, $19 million, $5.255 million guaranteed)
— DE Chris Clemons (signed with Jacksonville, 4 years, $17.5 million, $4.475 million guaranteed)
— WR Sidney Rice (Remains unsigned. Rumors the Seahawks are interested. March 25, Rice tweeted that he is “up and running.” Video of that here.)
Unsigned Seahawks free agents:
— FB Michael Robinson (Robinson has a lot of options outside of football. We’ll see if he returns to the game)
— LB O’Brien Schofield (Had a two-year deal with the Giants, before a failed physical voided it)
Free agents signed by Seahawks:
– WR Taylor Price (one year, $570,000, no guarantee, has to make team to be paid)
— OL Stephen Schilling (one year, $640,000, no guarantee)
— CB Phillip Adams (one year, $730,000)
— LS Jorgen Hus (three years: $420,000; $510,000; $600,000)
Seahawks upcoming draft picks:
First Round: No. 32
Second Round: No. 64
Third Round: Seattle traded this pick to the Vikings in the Percy Harvin deal.
Fourth Round: No. 132
Fifth Round: Two picks in this round. No. 146, which comes as part of the Matt Flynn trade to Oakland, and No. 172.
Sixth Round: No. 208
Seventh Round: No. 247
Other offseason news and notes:
— The day the Seahawks announced Pete Carroll’s extension, a source told the News Tribune that Seattle had not begun extension talks with Earl Thomas. That was last Thursday. I’d expect that to change shortly, if it hasn’t already. The Seahawks have repeatedly said their main pursuit is to keep their core together.
— Carroll has said during the offseason McDaniel will be used to replace Bryant as the five-technique defensive end.
— We detailed here how the Seahawks have to figure out where, and if, to spend money on their young linebackers.
— Tight end Jermichael Finley visited the Seahawks, but still has physical issues to resolve before joining any team.
— We saw the Seahawks be very conservative with their cap space and contract offers to all players during the offseason. It appears the only player they offered near-market value to was Bennett, who re-signed. They have $14,923,737 remaining in cap space, according to the NFLPA.