Rasheem Green is a lot like Collins. He isn’t going to be an All-Pro most likely but he can be a very important part of a rotation. He also would likely have better statistics with another team that knows how to use him better. Green has decent enough size to play inside but also good speed to play on the end of the defensive line.
In 2021, Green is currently second on the team with 8 quarterback hits, second in sacks (just 3 but no one else other than Darrell Taylor has more than 1.5), third on the team in tackles-for-loss (3) and leads all defensive linemen in tackles (30). No Green isn’t perfect but he is a good player to have around.
And while Green will be entering his fifth season in the NFL in 2022, he will still be just 25 years old and should have lots of good years left to play. He is having the best season of his career so far in 2021 and should end up with around 12 tackles for loss and 5 or 6 sacks. Those aren’t bad numbers.
Green also should still be relatively inexpensive. He hasn’t done enough on a large scale for a team to overpay him so Seattle should figure out what the market is willing to pay and pay a bit more as the Seahawks should know the true value of Green.