Seahawks have ‘not shut the door’ on any players they have cut

The Seahawks are about to join the free agency frenzy, as the league’s legal tampering period is set to begin in a couple of hours. So far, there hasn’t been much news regarding this team and their efforts in free agency. We only have word of one outside free agent visit – that being former Jaguars safety Rayshawn Jenkins. We also have heard that middle linebacker Bobby Wagner will hit the open market and is unlikely to return to Seattle.

While Wagner’s second exit from the Seahawks is another bummer, fans don’t necessarily have to think every player who’s been cut over the last week or so may not ever come back. In fact, general manager John Schneider said last week on  ESPN’s Dave Wyman and Bob Stelton show that they haven’t shut the door on bringing back anybody, H/T

“To be able to have (the coaching staff’s) opinions on players obviously is very important, we haven’t shut the door on any of them to come back, but when you do these contracts and try to create cap room, there’s ramifications.”

We can probably safely assume that strong safety Jamal Adams does not count in the group of players who might be returning. However, if they’re willing to come back on a smaller contract, Will Dissly, Bryan Mone and especially Quandre Diggs are all worth considering.

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