After adding 9 rookies to the team through the NFL Draft, Seattle announced the signing of 14 undrafted free agents today that they’ll add to their 2022 class:
- Joey Blount, S (Virginia)
- Bubba Bolden, S (Miami)
- Cade Brewer, TE (Texas)
- Shamarious Gilmore, G (Georgia State)
- Matt Gotel, DT (West Florida)
- Jake Herslow, WR (Houston)
- Levi Jones, LB (NC State)
- Levi Lewis, QB (Louisiana-Lafayette)
- John Mitchell, TE (Florida Atlantic)
- Scott Nelson, S (Wisconsin)
- Josh Onujiogu, LB (Framingham State)
- Demetris Robertson, WR (Auburn)
- Josh Valentine-Turner, CB (Florida International)
- Deontai Williams, S (Nebraska)
After trading away quarterback Russell Wilson and failing to address the position in the Draft, Seattle signed Lewis out of Louisiana-Lafayette. Over a career that saw him start four out of five seasons, Lewis broke a Ragin’ Cajuns record throwing 74 touchdowns against 18 interceptions while amassing a 35-7 record as a starter.
The Seahawks also wanted to add some depth behind starting safeties Quandre Diggs and Jamal Adams. They added 17 career college interceptions to the roster through Blount (9), Williams (6), Nelson (4), and Bolden (2).
Seattle brought in an interesting receiver prospect, as well, in Robertson. After signing to California as a 5-star recruit, Robertson was a Freshman All-American for the Golden Bears before eventually transferring and bouncing around from Georgia to Auburn.