Charting the Seahawks in free agency

Here is where things stand for the Seahawks eight days into free agency:

Free agents lost: 6. Wide receiver Golden Tate (Detroit), defensive tackle Clinton McDonald (Tampa Bay), cornerbacks Brandon Browner (New England) and Walter Thurmond (New York Giants), offensive tackle Breno Giacomini (New York Jets) and safety Chris Maragos (Philadelphia).

Free agents re-signed: 5. Defensive end Michael Bennett, kicker Steven Hauschka, quarterback Tarvaris Jackson, tight end Anthony McCoy and defensive tackle Tony McDaniel.

Restricted free agents re-signed: 2. Safety Jeron Johnson and offensive lineman Lemuel Jeanpierre.

Restricted free-agent tendered: 1. Receiver Doug Baldwin. The Seahawks placed a second-round tender on Baldwin, which means it is likely he will return. Baldwin will earn $2.2 million in 2014.

Contracts restructured: 1. Tight end Zach Miller, whose originally deal would have counted $7 million against the 2014 cap, agreed to restructure his contract at two years for $8 million, including incentives.

Remaining free agents: 4. Offensive lineman Paul McQuistan, fullback Michael Robinson, tight end Kellen Davis and defensive end O’Brien Schofield.

Schofield signed a two-year, $8 million deal with the Giants, but it was voided because of a knee issue. The Seahawks may try to re-sign Schofield at the league minimum.

Unlikely Davis will be back since the Seahawks have three tight ends signed in Miller, Luke Willson and McCoy.

McQuistan probably won’t return unless he is willing to take a pay cut from his $3.4 million salary of 2013. Robinson recently said he had no idea if the Seahawks wanted him back, but the team may be ready to move on with fullback Derrick Coleman.

Players released: 3. Defensive end Red Bryant and Chris Clemons, and wide receiver Sidney Rice. Bryant and Clemons signed with Jacksonville. Rice is talking to several teams, including New Orleans, but re-signing with Seattle remains an option.

Free agents signed from other NFL teams: 1. Former Jacksonville receiver Taylor Price agreed to a deal with the Seahawks the day they lost Tate. Price missed the past two seasons with injuries.

Seattle also signed CFL wide receiver Chris Matthews, who was the league rookie of the year in 2012 with Winnipeg, but missed most of the 2013 season with injuries.

The Seahawks still are talking to defensive end Jared Allen, who is making at second visit to Seattle this week with hopes of reaching a contract agreement.