The Seahawks completed the re-signing of the teams’ restricted free agents. On Tuesday afternoon the team re-signed defensive end, Brandon Jackson. David Moore, Joey Hunt, and Jacob Hollister have all re-signed their restricted free agent tenders. All four contracts are one-year extensions. Hollister will make $3.259 million while Moore, Hunt, and Jackson are scheduled to make $2.11 million. Hollister’s tender was at a second-round level which explains the difference in pay.
Hunt had the biggest impact in 2019 when he stepped in for an injured Justin Britt and started the last nine games of the season. Britt is under contract.
Jackson is entering his fifth season in the NFL and started a career -high three games in 2019 posting a career two sacks and three QB hits. This will be Moore’s fourth year and time is of the essence. Moore started one game last year and finished the season with 17 receptions , 301 yards and two touchdowns on 34 targets. The Seahawks signed Philip Dorsett during the off season and could draft a receiver.
Veteran tight end Greg Olsen was signed the offseason to bolster the tight end room. Hollister showed his versatility as a run blocker and pass receiver. The former Patriot was third on the team with 41 receptions behind Tyler Lockett (82) and DK Metcalf (58).