The 2014 NFL draft is over, but the Seattle Seahawks aren't done adding rookie talent to their roster. The Seahawks will now complete with the other 31 NFL teams to sign the best of the undrafted players.
The Seahawks have done very well signing and developing undrafted talent under head coach Pete Caroll. This includes wide receiver Doug Baldwin and strong safety Jeron Johnson, among many others. The team even released a presentation to agents and players earlier this week, in an effort to recruit the best undrafted players to come and play in Seattle.
Never seen this before. The #Seahawks have sent agents a brochure recruiting undrafted free agents, how they keep & develop UDFAs. Clever.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) May 6, 2014
The Seahawks were able to fill each of their roster needs during the draft, so they are free to focus on signing the best players available now, without worrying about position. Look for the Seahawks to go after the players with the most overall athleticism of those who were not drafted.
This space will be updated with all the information on each new addition to the roster, so check back often for the latest details on the Seahawks’ undrafted free-agent signings.