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Seahawks 2021 offseason tracker: Free agents, coaching changes and more

Veteran defenders Carlos Dunlap and K.J. Wright are on the open market. (Getty)

NFL free agency officially begins at 1 p.m. Wednesday, and there’s a lot to keep an eye on when it comes to the Seattle Seahawks.

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Keep track of all the players the Seahawks add, lose and re-sign during the 2021 offseason with 710Sports.com’s free-agency tracker, which will be updated in this space as news breaks all throughout the offseason.

ADDITIONS

CB Akhello Witherspoon
TE Gerald Everett
RG Gabe Jackson (via trade with Las Vegas)
DE Kerry Hyder Jr.
DT Al Woods
DE Aldon Smith

RE-SIGNINGS

DT Poona Ford (signed two-year extension to avoid restricted free agency)
RB Alex Collins
FB Nick Bellore
C Ethan Pocic
RB Chris Carson
DE Benson Mayowa
OG Jordan Simmons (restricted free agent non-tendered)
RT Cedric Ogbuehi
DE Carlos Dunlap
DB Damarious Randall

EXTENSIONS

WR Tyler Lockett (four-year contract extension)

DEPARTURES

RB Carlos Hyde – Jacksonville
WR Phillip Dorsett – Jacksonville
CB Shaquill Griffin – Jacksonville
TE Stephen Sullivan – Carolina
WR David Moore – Carolina
TE Jacob Hollister – Buffalo
DT Jarran Reed – Kansas City
CB Quinton Dunbar – Detroit (reported)

REMAINING UNRESTRICTED FREE AGENTS

LB K.J. Wright
LB Bruce Irvin
QB Geno Smith
CB Neiko Thorpe
TE Luke Willson
S Lano Hill
OG Chance Warmack
DE Branden Jackson
DL Jonathan Bullard
DL Damontre Moore
LB Shaquem Griffin (restricted free agent non-tendered, reportedly joining Jacksonville)
RB Patrick Carr (restricted free agent non-tendered)
CB Linden Stephens (restricted free agent non-tendered)
CB Jayson Stanley (restricted free agent non-tendered)

RETIREMENTS

LG Mike Iupati
TE Greg Olsen

COACHING HIRES

Offensive coordinator Shane Waldron
Run-game coordinator Andy Dickerson
Associate head coach Carl “Tater” Smith
Assistant special teams coach Tracy Smith
Assistant defensive coach/secondary DeShawn Shead

SIGNED RESERVE/FUTURE CONTRACTS

OT Tommy Champion
QB Danny Etling
WR Aaron Fuller
WR Penny Hart
CB Gavin Heslop
DT Cedrick Lattimore
C Brad Lundblade
TE Tyler Mabry
QB Alex McGough
CB Jordan Miller
WR Cody Thompson
WR John Ursua

Full details on Seahawks’ future signings.

2019 SEAHAWKS LEADERS

Passing: Russell Wilson – 4,212 yards, 40 touchdowns (franchise record), 13 interceptions

Rushing: Chris Carson – 681 yards, five touchdowns

Receiving: DK Metcalf – 1,303 yards (franchise record), 83 receptions, 10 touchdowns; Tyler Lockett – 1,054 yards, 100 receptions (franchise record), 10 touchdowns

Tackles: Bobby Wagner – 138 total, 81 solo, 57 assist

Sacks: Jamal Adams – 9.5

Interceptions: Quandre Diggs – 5

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