The Seahawks might have a new player on the roster in time to face the 49ers on Sunday.
Defensive tackle Anthony Hargrove took to Twitter on Friday to announce that he’s heading to Seattle to join up with the Seahawks. Eric D. Williams of the Tacoma News-Tribune reports that he is expected to officially sign with the team on Saturday, which would make him eligible to play in the season opener. He would likely fill the spot in the defensive line left open when Jimmy Wilkerson was lost for the season with a knee injury in the preseason.
Hargrove was with the Eagles in training camp but did not make the final cut. He spent two years in New Orleans before that, winning a Super Bowl ring and cleaning up a reputation sullied by a year-long drug suspension in 2008 when Hargrove was with the Bills. He started his career with the Rams as a 2004 third-round draft choice.