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Seattle Seahawks roster cuts, updates following 2022 training camp

NFL training camp is underway and rosters will be pared down to the 53-player maximum. We’ll break down the moves as the Seattle Seahawks sort out their roster decisions.

The Seattle Seahawks are in the middle of a rebuild. The blockbuster trade of Pro Bowl quarterback Russell Wilson to the Broncos gave the Seahawks solid draft capital to start the process. One of the bigger roster battles has been settled as Geno Smith has been named the opening-day starter.

Regardless of quarterback, the Seahawks are expected to struggle. DraftKings Sportsbook has their over/under for wins at 5.5.

The final spots at wide receiver are open and the final preseason game could determine who will fill them.

Here, we’ll keep track of roster cuts for the Seahawks and what it means for the betting and fantasy football landscape ahead of the 2022 NFL season.

Seahawks roster news

Notable names


Full list of roster cuts

August 30

  • CB Justin Coleman
  • WR J.J. Arcega-Whiteside
  • S Marquise Blair
  • LB Joel Dublanko
  • QB Jacob Eason
  • T Greg Eiland
  • WR Aaron Fuller
  • DT Jarrod Hewitt
  • WR Cade Johnson
  • LB Vi Jones
  • WR Kevin Kassis
  • TE Tyler Mabry
  • WR Bo Melton
  • LB Tanner Muse
  • S Scott Nelson
  • T Liam Ryan
  • C Dakoda Shepley
  • WR Freddie Swain
  • RB Darwin Thompson
  • LB Lakiem Williams
  • S Deontai Wiliams


  • RB Josh Johnson

Placed on Injured Reserve

  • LB Tyreke Smith

Initial 53-man roster


Geno Smith, Drew Lock

Running Back:

Rashaad Penny, Ken Walker, DeeJay Dallas, Travis Homer

Tight End:

Will Dissly, Noah Fant, Colby Parkinson

Wide Receiver:

Tyler Lockett, DK Metcalf, Dee Eskridge, Marquise Goodwin, Penny Hart, and Dareke Young

Offensive Line:

Damien Lewis, Austin Blythe, Gabe Jackson, Kyle Fuller, Phil Haynes, Greg Eiland, Charles Cross, Abe Lucas, Stone Forsythe, Jake Curhan

Defensive Line: Myles Adams, Shelby Harris, Poona Ford, Quentin Jefferson, Bryan Mone, Al Woods, and L.J. Collier

Linebacker: Jordyn Brooks, Darrell Taylor, Uchenna Nwosu, Boye Mafe, Cody Barton, Nick Bellore, Tyreke Smith (IR), Alton Robinson, Joshua Onujiogu and Jon Rhattigan (PUP)

Cornerback: Sidney Jones, Artie Burns, Coby Bryant, Tariq Woolen, Mike Jackson, John Reid

Safety: Quandre Diggs, Jamal Adams, Ryan Neal, Josh Jones, Joey Blount

Specialists: Jason Myers, Tyler Ott and Michael Dickson