Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, left, and general manager John Schneider have in the last week traded Pro Bowl defensive end Michael Bennett, waived three-time All-Pro cornerback Richard Sherman--then watched him sign with rival San Francisco on Saturday--and waived defensive back Jeremy Lane. That saved them $17.95 million in salary cap space. So what will they do this week as free agency begins?
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, left, and general manager John Schneider have in the last week traded Pro Bowl defensive end Michael Bennett, waived three-time All-Pro cornerback Richard Sherman--then watched him sign with rival San Francisco on Saturday--and waived defensive back Jeremy Lane. That saved them $17.95 million in salary cap space. So what will they do this week as free agency begins? Elaine Thompson AP
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, left, and general manager John Schneider have in the last week traded Pro Bowl defensive end Michael Bennett, waived three-time All-Pro cornerback Richard Sherman--then watched him sign with rival San Francisco on Saturday--and waived defensive back Jeremy Lane. That saved them $17.95 million in salary cap space. So what will they do this week as free agency begins? Elaine Thompson AP

“Well, this sucks”: As free agency begins, what’s next for these seismically altered Seahawks?

March 11, 2018 10:24 PM