Seahawks 53-man roster prediction with depth chart after 2024 minicamp

Seattle's next step is training camp in July, but here is who should make the 2024 roster if the season were to begin next week.
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It's the silly season, 12s. Between the end of mandatory minicamp in June and training camp in late July, the Seattle Seahawks won't do anything. If there is breaking news, that likely is not good.

Mike Macdonald and the new coaching staff should have a good idea of who they want to start and who they want to keep as backups, but the ultimate responsibility of who stays and who goes belongs to general manager John Schneider. In previous years, Pete Carroll had the final say over the on-field product of the team, plus he oversaw the final roster.

This means 12s could see a different approach to roster construction this season. Potentially, the Seahawks keep a few more players in the trenches since that was a focus of the 2024 NFL draft for Seattle. The Seahawks could also keep three quarterbacks, or potentially an extra receiver if that player can help in the return game.

Seattle could still sign an inexpensive free agent, but the roster is likely set. Following mandatory minicamp, these are our best guesses of who will make the active 53-man roster in 2024.

Predicting the Seahawks' 53-man roster after minicamp

Quarterbacks (2):

1. Geno Smith
2. Sam Howell

Out: PJ Walker

Running back (4):

1. Kenneth Walker III
2. Zach Charbonnet
3. Kenny McIntosh
4. George Holani

Out: Kobe Lewis, TaMerik Williams, Ricky Person, Jr.

Wide receiver (6)

1. DK Metcalf
2. Tyler Lockett
3. Jaxon Smith-Njigba
4. Jake Bobo
5. Dee Eskridge
6. Dareke Young

Out: Hayden Hatten, Laveska Shenault, Jr. Cody White, Dee Williams, Easop Winston, Jr.

Tight end (3)

1. Noah Fant
2. Pharaoh Brown
3. AJ Barner

Out: Tyler Mabry, Brady Russell, Jack Westover

Offensive line (10)

1. Charles Cross (LT)
2. Laken Tomlinson (LG)
3. Olu Oluwatimi (C)
4. Christian Haynes (RG)
5. Abe Lucas (RT)
6. Stone Forsythe
7. Anthony Bradford
8. Tremayne Anchrum, Jr.
9. Nick Harris
10. Sataoa Laumea

Out: Michael Novitsky, McClendon Curtis, Garret Greenfield, Michael Jerrell, Raiqwon O'Neal, Max Pircher

Defensive line (7)

1. Leonard Williams
2. Byron Murphy II
3. Jarran Reed
4. Dre'Mont Jones
5. Mike Morris
6. Johnathan Hankins
7. Cameron Young

Out: Myles Adams, DeVere Levelston, Nathan Pickering, Matt Gotel, Buddha Jones

Edge rusher (4)

1. Uchenna Nwosu
2. Boye Mafe
3. Darrell Taylor
4. Derick Hall

Out: Nelson Caeser, Easton Gibbs, Joshua Onujiogu, Devin Richardson, Rason Williams II

Inside linebacker (4)

1. Tyrel Dodson
2. Jerome Baker
3. Tyrice Knight
4. Jon Rhattigan

Out: Sunny Anderson, Patrick O'Connell, Drake Thomas

Cornerback (6)

1. Devon Witherspoon
2. Riq Woolen
3. Mike Jackson
4. Tre Brown
5. D.J. James
6. Nehemiah Pritchett

Out: Lance Boykin, Artie Burns, Carlton Johnson, Ro Terrence, Andrew Whitaker

Safety (4)

1. Rayshawn Jenkins
2. Julian Love
3. K'Von Wallace
4. Jerrick Reed II

Out: Ty Okada, Jonathan Sutherland

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Specialists (3)

1. Jason Myers (K)
2. Michael Dickson (P)
3. Chris Stoll (LS)

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