Last Friday was the deadline for teams to sign restricted free agents across the league to offer sheets. That deadline came and went without an offer sheet coming in for any of the Seahawks’ four tendered restricted free agents in wide receiver David Moore, tight end Jacob Hollister, defensive end Branden Jackson and center Joey Hunt.
After Friday’s deadline passed, both Moore and Hollister signed their tenders, according to photos posted by both players on Instagram.
With their tenders signed, both players are now back under contract and set to return to Seattle for the coming season. Moore had an original-round tender placed on him, which will see him paid $2.133 million for 2020. Hollister, meanwhile, had a second-round tender placed on him, worth $3.259 million for next season.
Both Hunt and Jackson, still unsigned, had original-round tenders placed on them. If and when they sign their tenders, it will be for an identical figure to Moore, at $2.133 million. Since no team submitted an offer sheet, the two unsigned restricted free agents must either sign their tender or negotiate a new contract with the Seahawks.