Which five Seahawks might be entering their final seasons in Seattle?
The Seahawks like to make a lot of moves. Maybe based on this offseason, some of those are iffy, but over the last decade, Seattle has been a very successful team. This means whatever moves general manager John Schneider and head coach Pete Carroll have made have been pretty good. Only the Patriots, Packers and Steelers had more wins in the last ten years than Seattle. And the Packers and Steelers by just two wins.
The Seahawks always seem a bit like a team in transition and also a team that makes the playoffs every year. This is exactly how Schneider and Carroll want it. They like their players hungry for what’s next and to play with a chip on their shoulder.
The offseason of 2021 will be no different. Seattle will make moves, some that surprise and some that seem obvious. Maybe the team’s draftees won’t always make logical sense next year, but when do they ever really make logical sense? But how are we to question the brass of the Seahawks after so much recent success?
In 2021, the Seahawks, like every NFL team, will look a bit different than it did the previous season. Seattle has a quarterback in Russell Wilson that is going to be the quarterback for years after 2020. But beyond Wilson, who else stays? Here is a group of five players that might not still be Seahawks after 2020.