The Seattle Seahawks don't figure to be prominent players in free agency this year. They already have arguably the league's deepest roster, and they lack the salary-cap room to be too active in bringing in veteran talent.
Last year, the Seahawks were in a much different position. They were able to bring in big-name players like Percy Harvin, Cliff Avril and Michael Bennett to an already-solid team. This year, the goal will be to retain as much of this roster as possible while looking to the draft to patch up the few holes that can be found.
However, Seattle has 19 players who are set to become free agents. Not all of those players will be brought back to next year's team. Roster turnover is an unfortunate reality for all NFL teams, no matter how successful.
So even though the Seahawks aren't expected to be big players in free agency this offseason, they will still be active with smaller under-the-radar moves as they try to reload for another championship run.
Here is a position-by-position breakdown of Seattle's options for free agency, as well as some potential targets the Seahawks might look to acquire.