Seattle Seahawks 53-Man Roster Projection & Practice Squad | Final Edition Before 2020 Season & Cuts

Seattle Seahawks roster projection: FINAL edition before the 2020 Seahawks season and roster cut deadline! With Seahawks Training Camp nearly over and the deadline for roster cuts less than a week away, it’s time for a look at the Seahawks 53-man roster projection (Note: It’s technically a 53-man roster projection, not a 55-man roster.) Seattle Seahawks Today host Tom Downey breaks down his roster projections, explains the changes from the new NFL CBA and has a practice squad projection as well.

The 2020 Roster cut deadline is September 5th at 4p ET. There will be some Seahawks roster moves made after the cut deadline, but that’s when Seattle will have to make all its roster cuts. Practice squad additions will begin soon after that.

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The Seahawks 2020 roster has some major battles at key positions when it comes to figuring out who makes the team. Now injuries and suspensions will eliminate some options, but even with the extra practice squad spots (16 total), there might be too many options (a good issue to have). There are some key players who might be placed on some type of injury list, like Rashaad Penny, Darrell Taylor and Colby Parkinson.

Seahawks training camp battles to watch include WR, DE, OL and CB. The Seahawks will have a 53-man roster in 2020, with the option to promote 2 players from the new 16-man practice squad for each game. So it’s not really a 55-man roster for the Seahawks in 2020.

Here is the complete list of Tom’s projected 53-man/55-man roster and practice squad for the Seattle Seahawks:
QB (2):
- Russell Wilson
- Geno Smith

RB (5):
- Chris Carson
- Carlos Hyde
- DeeJay Dallas
- Travis Homer
- Nick Bellore
- Rashaad Penny (PUP/IR to start season, doesn’t count)

WR (6):
- DK Metcalf
- Paul Richardson
- Tyler Lockett
- Philip Dorsett
- David Moore
- John Ursua

TE (3):
- Greg Olsen
- Will Dissly
- Jacob Hollister
- Colby Parkinson (PUP/IR to start season, doesn’t count)

OL (10):
- Duane Brown
- Phil Haynes
- Mike Iupati
- Cedric Ogbuehi
- Brandon Shell
- BJ Finney
- Damien Lewis
- Jamarco Jones
- Ethan Pocic
- Jordan Simmons

DL (9):
- LJ Collier
- Bruce Irvin
- Poona Ford
- Jarran Reed
- Bryan Mone
- Demarcus Christmas
- Rasheem Green
- Benson Mayowa
- Alton Robinson
- Darrell Taylor (PUP to start season, doesn’t count)
- Branden Jackson (IR’d earlier this off-season)

LB (6)
- Bobby Wagner
- KJ Wright
- Jordyn Brooks
- Shaquem Griffin
- Cody Barton
- Ben Burr-Kirven
- Emmnuel Ellerbe (IR’d earlier this off-season)

CB (5):
- Shaquill Griffin
- Quinton Dunbar
- Tre Flowers
- Ugo Amadi
- Neiko Thorpe

S (4):
- Jamal Adams
- Lano Hill
- Quandre Diggs
- Marquise Blair

Special Teams (3):
- Jason Myers (K)
- Michael Dickson (P)
- Tyler Ott (LS)

Practice Squad (16):
- Anthony Gordon (QB)
- Freddie Swain (WR)
- Penny Hart (WR)
- Cody Thompson (WR)
- Stephen Sullivan (WR/TE)
- Tyler Mabry (TE)
- Kyle Fuller (OL)
- Tommy Champion (OL)
- Chad Wheeler (OT)
- PJ Johnson (DT)
- Cedrick Lattimore (DE)
- Pita Taumoepenu (LB)
- Linden Stephens (CB)
- Ryan Neal (S)
- Chris Miller (DB)
- Debione Renfro (DB)

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