Following an impressive training camp last summer, Mabry enters a top-heavy tight ends group with a decent shot at cracking Seattle's roster with a strong preseason. Will his momentum continue, or will be outshined by the two other backup tight ends he's set to compete against?
In football exile during the 2019 season due to off-field issues and injuries, Seattle gave Collins another chance as a practice squad signee last year and he maximized on his limited opportunities. Re-signed on a one-year deal, can he build off his stellar play to earn a roster spot this time around?
Few defensive tackles in the NFL have better physical tools than Nkemdiche, but off-field issues and injuries have prevented him from coming close to reaching his potential. Once poised for stardom, could Seattle prove to be the perfect landing spot for him to revive his career?
With little football experience under his belt, it's hard to see Aaron Donkor stepping into the NFL and grabbing ahold of a 53-man roster spot on one of the league's top-tier franchises right away. But he's done nothing but beat the odds to this point and the athletic traits are undeniable, giving him a great shot to be the Seahawks' next feel-good story.
Once a highly-touted prospect who looked poised for stardom in the NFL, Nkemdiche washed out of Arizona and Miami in quick succession and suddenly found himself out of the league last season. Still just 26 years old, he's looking to take advantage of a golden opportunity to revive his career as a Seahawk.
Following his former position coach to the Pacific Northwest, tight end Gerald Everett is helping new offensive coordinator Shane Waldron implement his system. Having that familiarity, the Atlanta native hopes to turn around a tight ends group that struggled mightily in 2020.
After three injury-plagued seasons, the Seahawks may be regretting their decision to draft the San Diego State star with the No. 27 pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. What would it take in 2021 for him to not be considered a bust?
The Seahawks received very little production from their tight ends group in 2020, but that won't be the case this fall with Shane Waldron at the helm and the addition of Gerald Everett to a unit that's far healthier.
Despite making the Pro Bowl and thriving in Seattle's secondary, Diggs remains one of the NFL's most underrated safeties. Grateful to be entering his seventh NFL season as a former day three draft pick, he's aiming to take his game to another level in 2020 and continue proving his doubters wrong.
Formerly one of the nation's top recruits, Smith has bounced around with three teams, including spending time in the XFL, over the past two years. Will the lengthy defender finally find a home in Seattle or could this be his last NFL stop?
A familiar face to Seattle sports fans, former University of Washington cornerback Jordan Miller looks to get his career back on track with the Seahawks in 2021. Will he able to take advantage of the uncertainty in the team's defensive backfield?
Though he's not quite 100 percent healthy, the hard-hitting, versatile defender returned to practice earlier this month and looks primed to pick up where he left off last summer as a difference maker in Seattle's secondary.
One of three players absent from the start of Seattle's mandatory minicamp Tuesday, Jamal Adams has been the topic of much speculation. But as Seahawks coach Pete Carroll laid out, it's not due to his lingering contract situation, with the team expecting an agreement to come soon.