Early in Pete Carroll and John Schneider's tenure with the Seattle Seahawks, this list would have required a full day's attention. They made close to 300 roster moves their first year, churning whatever talent they could find for a team that had no players worthy of Pro Bowl consideration and few that were quality NFL starters.
Their transition of the team is nearing fruition, though.
Seattle placed five players in the 2012 Pro Bowl and used a surging ground game and swarming defense to win five of their last eight games. They have a few holes left, but will have the luxury of looking for depth and hoping to find a few more gems in the late-rounds of the 2012 draft.
There is still some work to do with the roster. There are some quality names on the Seahawks free-agent list, making it difficult to retain every player they'd like to keep in-house.
Seattle took their first step in free agency by signing Breno Giacomini to a new deal last Friday.
B/R will keep you up to date with all of the Seahawks free agent signings: Seattle Seahawks: Tracking Their 2012 Free Agency Moves.
The following slides detail the players that aren't likely to return in a Seahawks uniform, including their age in September and how long they've played for the Seahawks.