Seahawks Sign 12 To 2022 Future Contracts

The Seahawks signed 12 players from their practice squad to future contracts for 2022.

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Cody Thompson (11) celebrates his fumble recovery on an attempted punt by the Arizona Cardinals with Seahawks' Aaron Fuller (13) and Seahawks wide receiver Penny Hart, left, during the second half of an NFL football game Sunday, Jan. 9, 2022, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Ralph Freso)

With their offseason beginning Monday, the Seahawks took care of some business signing 12 members of their practice squad to reserve/future contracts for 2022:

  • DT Myles Adams
  • WR Matt Cole
  • LB Aaron Donkor
  • T Greg Eiland
  • WR Aaron Fuller
  • DT Jarrod Hewitt
  • CB Mike Jackson
  • WR Cade Johnson
  • G Pier-Olivier Lestage
  • WR Cody Thompson
  • LB Lakiem Williams
  • DT Niles Scott

Future contracts allow teams to secure a player's rights for the upcoming season before the new league year begins in March and rosters expand to 90 players.

The only two players who finished the year on Seattle's practice squad not to sign future deals Monday—safety Josh Jones are linebacker Edmond Robinson—are both veteran players who with significant experience, including time as a starter in the case of Jones.

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