Losing either player wouldn't be a big blow to the Super Bowl champs. Rice has durability concerns: He played in just five games in 2013 and has appeared in all 16 games in a season only once (in 2012).
Miller has been a disappointment since coming over from Oakland before the 2011 season. He's been serviceable at best in Seattle, recording just 96 catches over three seasons with the 'Hawks.
Bennett was one of the best free-agent values in 2013. The pass rusher made just $4.8 million on a one-year deal and delivered with 8.5 sacks. Now, he's likely to be rewarded accordingly.