Report: The Seattle Seahawks selected five players to join the team………

5 Seattle Seahawks players who struck gold during 2024 offseason

In 2024, the Seattle Seahawks took a different tack when it came to free agency than in 2023. Seattle was surprisingly aggressive in the first few days of free agency this past offseason, signing Dre’Mont Jones, Evan Brown, and other players. However, Brown did not pan out. On Jones, the jury is still out.

In the week leading up to the free agency period, Seattle did clear a significant amount of salary space with the releases of Quandre Diggs, Jamal Adams, and Will Dissly. John Schneider did not, however, decide to go after free agents from rival teams right away. Rather, he concentrated on bringing back a couple of 2023 players.

Will the strategy be more successful this year than last? Of course, 12s hope. In any case, though, the following five players ought to be pleased with Schneider’s promotion. in compensation.
For a variety of reasons, Seattle could not have allowed Williams to go this summer. First, the team forfeited a second-round pick in 2024 when they traded for Williams halfway through the 2023 campaign. It would have been cruel to forfeit that draft capital for a player who appeared in just half of the season. It would not have been pleasant to watch a second-round pick leave for nearly nothing, especially because Seattle is rebuilding a little and needs some fresh young talent.

Williams’ superior play in the second half of 2023 over nearly every member of the defense was another argument in favor of keeping him on the team. He recorded 21 run stuffs and 32 total QB pressures after coming to Seattle. In ten games, that was. Throughout the entire season, the Seahawks’ quarterback pressures alone ranked fourth. Although Williams played for Seattle for little more than half of the season, his run stuffs ranked sixth.

Williams received a compensation increase for sticking with Seattle, despite the fact that he would turn 30 before the 2024 season. John Schneider, the general manager, offered him a contract for up to $64.5 million for three years. His cap amount will reach a career-high of $29.15 million in 2025. To put it another way, Williams can probably cover other people’s dinner expenses for a while.

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