- Mike Sando, NFL Insider
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The Seattle Seahawks' top priorities in free agency appear clear, at least when it comes to their own players.
Lynch's agent of record, Mike Sullivan, recently took a job with the Denver Broncos. That would not affect negotiations as much if Lynch remained with Octagon Worldwide. The agent game can be an unpredictable one, however. That is something to file away.
Bryant has said he strongly wants to re-sign with Seattle.
The charts below expand upon Brian McIntyre's lists. I've added offensive and defensive snap counts from ESPN Stats & Information. The final column shows what players earned per year on their most recent contracts.
2012 Seahawks UFAs: Offense and Defense
The second chart shows restricted free agents. Teams can retain rights to RFAs by making one-year qualifying offers.
2012 Seahawks RFAs