Seattle Seahawks Roster: 53-Man Roster Cuts For 2020 Include Paul Richardson & Shaquem Griffin

The Seattle Seahawks 53-man roster is set after Pete Carroll and John Schneider made their initial Seahawks roster cuts today. The NFL cut deadline was Saturday, September 5th at 4 pm ET. The Seahawks had plenty of roster cuts to make and although many of the cuts today will end up on the Seahawks practice squad, it is difficult trimming the roster down to 53 players.

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Seattle Seahawks roster cuts included a few surprise moves. Paul Richardson and Shaquem Griffin were both cut by the Seahawks after most had them making the roster. That allowed players like Freddie Swain, Damontre Moore, and Linden Stephens to sneak onto the 53-man roster (for now).

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There will be PLENTY of Seattle Seahawks rumors in the coming days around possible Seahawks roster moves. Jadeveon Clowney appears off the market, but Seattle could still pursue free agents or those released today.

Here's the full list of players who were cut by the Seahawks Today:
- QB Danny Etling
- QB Anthony Gordon
- FB Nick Bellore
- WR Aaron Fuller
- WR Cody Thompson
- WR Paul Richardson
- WR Seth Dawkins
- WR Lance Lenoir
- WR Penny Hart
- TE Tyler Mabry
- TE Stephen Sullivan
- OT Chad Wheeler
- OT Tommy Champion
- DT Demarcus Christmas
- DT PJ Johnson
- DT Cedrick Lattimore
- LB Shaquem Griffin
- LB Pita Taumoepenu
- CB Jayson Stanley
- CB Gavin Heslop
- CB Debione Renfro
- S Ryan Neal
- S Chris Miller

Here’s the Seahawks Initial 53-Man Roster:

QB (2):
- Russell Wilson
- Geno Smith

RB (4):
- Chris Carson
- Carlos Hyde
- DeeJay Dallas
- Travis Homer
- Rashaad Penny (PUP to start season, doesn’t count)

WR (6):
- DK Metcalf
- Tyler Lockett
- Philip Dorsett
- David Moore
- John Ursua
- Josh Gordon (Suspended)
- Freddie Swain

TE (4):
- Greg Olsen
- Will Dissly
- Jacob Hollister
- Colby Parkinson (NFI list to start year)
- Luke Willson

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

DL (9):
- LJ Collier
- Bruce Irvin
- Poona Ford
- Jarran Reed
- Bryan Mone
- Rasheem Green
- Benson Mayowa
- Alton Robinson
- Damontre Moore
- Darrell Taylor (NFI List to Start year)
- Branden Jackson (IR’d earlier this off-season, doesn’t count)

LB (5)
- Bobby Wagner
- KJ Wright
- Jordyn Brooks
- Cody Barton
- Ben Burr-Kirven
- Emmnuel Ellerbe (IR’d earlier this off-season)

CB (7):
- Shaquill Griffin
- Quinton Dunbar
- Marquise Blair
- Tre Flowers
- Neiko Thorpe
- Ugo Amadi
- Linden Stephens
- DJ Reed (NFI, doesn’t count)

S (3):
- Jamal Adams
- Lano Hill
- Quandre Diggs

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

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