Backup or replacement? Seahawks reportedly sign left tackle as Okung continues to weigh options
SEATTLE – No, it’s not Russell Okung, but the Seattle Seahawks reportedly agreed to a deal with a left tackle on Monday.
ESPN’s Adam Caplan reported that the Seahawks agreed to terms Monday with Bradley Sowell, who started 12 games at left tackle for the Arizona Cardinals in 2013 but hasn’t played much since.
It will reportedly be a one-year, $1.5 million dollar contract.
Okung, meanwhile, has spent much of the past week visiting teams around the league as he weighs his options in free agency.
He reportedly has “offers on the table” from the Detroit Lions, Pittsburgh Steelers and New York Giants.
The Seattle Times reported that Okung, who is acting as his own agent, is also still considering the Seahawks.