Coleman was arrested and booked at 1:20 a.m. by Bellevue police and held at King County Jail.
The Seahawks announced later Thursday that Coleman has been suspended indefinitely pending further information.
Coleman, 24, has played in 22 games with the Seahawks. He entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent with the Minnesota Vikings in 2012.
Coach Pete Carroll said before the Super Bowl in February that Coleman, who is hearing impaired, is one player who embodies his "No excuses" approach to coaching in the NFL.
Coleman uses hearing aid devices and reads lips for communication on the field and is the first legally deaf player in the NFL.
Coleman missed 11 games with a broken foot last season.