Seattle Seahawks 2024 free agency tracker: Signings, trades and live updates

All that you need to know about the Seahawks and free agency.

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2024 free agents leaving the Seattle Seahawks

As with the free agents signed by Seattle, this part will be updated by who has been confirmed to be signing elsewhere. If I had an early guess, I would think most of Seattle's free agents leave. The current coaching staff is new, of course, so there is no years-long allegiance built up. That goes from coaches to players and players to coaches.

Bobby Wagner won't be returning to Seattle He signed a one-year deal with the Washington Commanders that will pay him $8.5 million. That is a pay hike for Wagner over 2023. There was no way the Seahawks were going to pay that. He will not re-unite with his former defensive coordinator in Seattle who is not the head coach with the Commanders, Dan Quinn.

Center Evan Brown reportedly signed with the Arizona Cardinals. He is among a handful of former Seahawks that have left Seattle for Arizona in the last couple of years. His deal was for one-year and a max of $2.9 million.

Mario Edwards, Jr. is reportedly signing a one-year deal with the Tennessee Titans. Edwards is a solid player in a defensive line rotation. His ability to help stop the run might be missed.

Drew Lock will not be returning to Seattle. Instead, he will play for the New York Giants. He could have a decent chance of starting for the team as well.

Will Dissly will not be returning. He is signing with the Los Angeles Chargers, according to the NFL Network's Tom Pelissero. Dissly's deal is for a reported $14 million over three years.

Jordyn Brooks is a big loss for Seattle. He is signing with the Miami Dolphins but not for a huge amount. His deal is three years and $30 million, according to Adam Schefter.

Colby Parkinson, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter, is leaving to play with the Los Angeles Rams. The deal is for three years and $22.5 million. $15.5 million of that is guaranteed.

Damien Lewis is signing with the Carolina Panthers, per Ian Rapoport. The deal is for four years and $53 million. $26.2 million is guaranteed.

According to Bleacher Report's Jordan Schultz, DeeJay Dallas is signing with the Arizona Cardinals. This means Seattle will face him twice a season. Dallas seemed like a good guy in the locker room and hopefully he will get more carries with Arizona than he would have in Seattle.

According to Adam Schefter, Devin Bush is signing with the Cleveland Browns. Maybe Cleveland can get some production out of Bush. No other team has consistently been able to do so.

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