The Seahawks threw out their usual script in free agency this year.
Instead of waiting several days to sign their usual bargain-bin targets they spent big on Day 1 and have added five new players since the market opened.
First, they splurged to sign former Broncos defensive tackle Dre’Mont Jones, who signed a three-year, $51 million deal.
Next, they doubled down on the interior defennsive line, bringing back former Seattle tackle Jarran Reed on a two-year, $10.8 million contract.
The team also re-signed backup quarterback Drew Lock and brought in former Lions center Evan Brown,
former Steelers linebacker Devin Bush as well as former Giants DB Julian Love.
According to Over the Cap, Seattle currently has $11.9 million in cap room. That ranks No. 15 in the league.