After three preseason games, the Seahawks’ roster looks pretty set through about 45 positions.
With only Thursday’s game against Oakland left, the Hawks seemingly are set everywhere but their last few cornerbacks, including the starter on the right side, plus their sixth receiver, their last offensive and defensive linemen and maybe their final linebacker. (UPDATE: Backup QB was up in the air until the Seahawks acquired Brett Hundley on 8/29.)
Injuries will play into a couple of decisions. The Hawks probably won’t put fifth-round tackle Jamarco Jones (high ankle sprain) or J.D. McKissic (broken foot) on IR because they don’t want to lose either for the season. So expect the team to keep them both and then possibly use short-term IR on one or both after Week 1.
That will affect the keepers on the offensive line and at running back, where the Hawks might forgo a fullback (as they did in 2016).
Here’s our roster projection through three games (updated with comments from Pete Carroll):