4 realistic free agents Seattle Seahawks could sign in 2024

Here are 4 realistic free agents that could be joining the Seattle Seahawks for the 2024 season.

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Seattle Seahawks should sign G Jon Runyan

Although injuries played a role in it, the Seattle Seahawks offensive line took a step back in 2023. Phil Haynes, Damien Lewis, and Evan Brown are all set to be free agents. Damien Lewis has been a consistent starter on this team and even showed flashes of potential, but, it feels as if Seattle could use an upgrade over him. Phil Haynes was a solid backup and even used as a rotational guard along with Jason Peters this past season.

Jon Runyan from the Green Bay Packers may be a realistic signing for the Seahawks. He isn't someone who will be seeking a lot of money and throughout his rookie contract with Green Bay, he played both left and right guard. The Packers organization has been known for developing great offensive linemen and at only 26 years old, I think Runyan would fit in well with this already young and growing Seahawks offensive line.

Seattle Seahawks should sign WR Donovan Peoples-Jones

Over the last two seasons, the Seattle Seahawks have been extremely quiet in the wide receiver market. Granted, they already have D.K. Metcalf and Tyler Lockett and completed the three-headed dragon when selecting Jaxon Smith-Njigba's in last year's draft. However, they could use depth at this position. Tyler Lockett is getting older in age and some of the other guys on this depth chart haven't popped.

Dee Eskridge has been injury-prone. Dareke Young is still young and growing in this system. Jake Bobo played his way into an increased role. Someone worth taking a flyer on and a cost-efficient one I might add, would be Donovan Peoples-Jones. He is only 25 years old, presents good size with his 6-2 frame, and has the speed to get down the field getting behind defenders. For an offense that likes to push the ball down the field, he can find his niche on this roster. Not to mention the addition he would make to special teams as a returner.