- Both players were restricted free agents.
Johnson, 25,will now make $2.187 million, assuming that another team doesn’t try to sign him away from the Seahawhs. Any interested team would have to be willing to part with a second-round pick if they were to sign Johnson to an offer sheet and Seattle elected not to match the offer.
Last year, six tackles over the course of seven games, but was a large contributor on special teams.
Jeanpierre, 26, signed with the Seahawks as an undrafted free agent out of South Carolina back in 2011. He played 283 snaps last season and offers them some versatility up front.