Seattle Seahawks Salary Cap
Seattle Seahawks salary cap and contract information from SB Nation's Field Gulls.
Geno Smith’s team-friendly contract gives the Seahawks ‘an out’ after this season, should they decide to go that route
With the team set to be tight against the 2023 salary cap, Seattle reportedly restructured the contract of a third veteran.
After extending Uchenna Nwosu and restructuring the contracts of Tyler Lockett and Quandre Diggs, many fans had expected a big ticket signing, but the current cap situation makes that seem unlikely.
The Seahawks have spent three second round picks on outside linebackers in the past three years, but the top player for them at the position came via a free agent signing.
Seattle’s favorite safety-turned-reporter has done it again.
Extending Uchenna Nwosu likely freed up cap space, but not enough to make a splash signing.
If they were going to do so, they could have saved a chuck of cash by releasing him prior to his June 1 roster bonus.
That’s one way to clear up cap room.
Eleven weeks until the Seahawks report for training camp, so let’s knock out some cap questions ahead of the summer doldrums.
For those complaining about QB salaries, they’re only going to go higher.
It didn’t take long for Neal to find a new team after the Seahawks rescinded the RFA tender, and based on what the Bucs will pay him it doesn’t appear that he was chasing the money.
Between his injury and the cost, it seems unlikely Seattle will exercise the option, but that doesn’t mean Brooks won’t be in a Seahawks uniform in 2024.
The Seahawks are almost out of cap space for 2023, so how are things shaping up for 2024?
It’s one way to free up cap space, but likely won’t be popular with fans
Four weeks left until the draft and the Seahawks are in a position where they’ll need to create space for the players they select.
Fans see the opportunity for space, but the post-June 1 designation is more of a mirage initially.
The team signed Lock to a contract nearly identical to the contract Geno Smith played on during the 2022 season.