10. Tight end Jacob Hollister
First of all, there is no way on Pete Carroll’s green earth that Jacob Hollister should be re-signed by Seattle what he made in 2020 which is $3.259 million. Seattle spent far too much on tight ends overall this year and underused them. That said, Hollister has caught 66 passes in the last two years for Seattle and 6 touchdowns. He isn’t a great blocker but he can pick u third downs (30 in the last two seasons).
9. Running back Carlos Hyde
I liked Hyde as a Seattle running back in 2020 but he didn’t do that much and should Seattle try to sign him they shouldn’t overpay. That said, Hyde is a worthy back and a team will likely offer more to him than Seattle needs to pay.
8. Center Ethan Pocic
I’m mixed on Pocic. He hasn’t been good for most of his career and then was OK in the first part of 2020 and then not good. He likely will be an inexpensive player to re-sign but if a team does offer Pocic $2 million or more a season then Seattle needs to let him walk.
7. Fullback Nick Bellore
Every single team from pee-wee to the NFL needs a player like Bellore. He gives his whole being to the success of the team, which is what every person ever should think about the company they work for and the company should respect them in kind. Bellore is great on special teams and great in the locker room.
6. Receiver David Moore
Like Pocic, I am mixed about David Moore. He will be invisible for games and then suddenly have a great game or make an important game-changing play and a 12 might be like, “Oh, David Moore is still on the team? Sweet!” But there is no way to really rely on Moore for consistent production.