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Posted by ESPN.com's Mike Sando
Floyd Womack's departure to the Browns following eight seasons with the Seahawks marks the fourth time an unrestricted free agent has left Seattle this offseason.
Running back Maurice Morris and defensive tackles Howard Green and Rocky Bernard also departed.
The Seahawks did not push to retain them. The team made retaining linebacker Leroy Hill its top priority, using the franchise tag to keep him off the market. Re-signing tackle Ray Willis was a secondary priority.
Receiver Bobby Engram and fullback Leonard Weaver stand as the highest-profile Seattle players yet to re-sign, but the Seahawks appear unlikely to invest much in retaining any of their remaining unrestricted free agents.
Seahawks UFA re-signed: Willis.
Seahawks UFA lost: Womack, Green, Bernard and Morris.
Seahawks UFA added: T.J. Houshmandzadeh, WR, Bengals; Colin Cole, DT, Packers; John Owens, TE, Lions.
Restricted free agents: None.