The Seattle Seahawks have officially signed 2020 sixth-round pick, wide receiver Freddie Swain, to his rookie contract.
Swain becomes the second of Seattle’s eight-man draft class to sign his rookie deal, following tight end Colby Parkinson.
All rookie contracts are four-year deals and the amount tendered is based on where they were selected in the draft. For Swain, who was selected 214st overall, he will receive a four-year deal worth $3.42 million, which includes $129,412 in signing bonuses spread out over four years.
While these deals are predetermined, the signing does have an impact on the salary cap. Swain will…