The Seattle Seahawks announced Thursday restricted free agent safety Chris Maragos had signed his tender to remain with the team for next season.
Maragos was given a right of first refusal tender by the Seahawks meaning they could match any offer sheet Maragos signed with another team. Maragos will make $1.323 million with Seattle next season. All of Seattle’s restricted free agents have re-signed with the team as Maragos joins defensive tackle Clinton McDonald and long snapper Clint Gresham in signing their tenders.
Maragos has served primarily as the backup to Earl Thomas at free safety and as a special teams stalwart. He appeared in all 16 games for Seattle last season and recorded 11 tackles.
The team also announced quarterback Brady Quinn has officially signed with the team after agreeing to terms on a deal with the Seahawks on Tuesday.