3 players who won’t be on the Seahawks roster after 2020 season

Seattle Seahawks

PHILADELPHIA, PA – JANUARY 05: David Moore #83 of the Seattle Seahawks runs with the ball during the NFC Wild Card game against the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field on January 5, 2020 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)

Who on the Seattle Seahawks will fly to another destination after the 2020 season?

The Seattle Seahawks were one yard away from clinching the NFC West crown in last year’s regular season finale against the San Francisco 49ers. Even though they earned a playoff berth, the Seahawks were still a flawed team, and saw plenty of roster turnover this past offseason due to their limited amount of cap space.

If they want to continue to contend for the foreseeable future, general manager John Schneider has some difficult decisions to make. No one in that locker room is safe for the next year, and these three players are most likely to be wished the best of luck in their future endeavors.

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David Moore

WR Seattle Seahawks

Entering the 2020 season, the Seahawks receiving corps will be headed by Tyler Lockett, DK Metcalf, and David Moore. Yet, the latter’s future with the team already appears to be in flux.

Moore was a starter for the Seahawks in 2018, where he managed to haul in 26 receptions for 455 yards and five touchdowns on 53 targets. But last season, Moore was relegated to becoming a rotational receiver, where he only accumulated 301 yards and two scores.

This offseason, the Seahawks signed former New England Patriots wideout Phillip Dorsett to a one-year deal to round out their passing attack. However, rumors continue to circulate around a potential Antonio Brown signing. The embattled receiver has been out of the NFL since last September, but was seen working out with Seattle signal caller Russell Wilson recently.

If the team does bring “AB” in, Moore is going to be shown the door following the upcoming season.

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