The Seahawks started K.J. Wright in the middle Sunday in the absence of Bobby Wagner, who was inactive because of a high ankle sprain.
But they’re looking for some reinforcements, and turned to the usual suspects for a tryout.
According to Adam Caplan of TheSidelineView.com, the Seahawks worked out four linebackers: Tyrone McKenzie, Larry Grant, Josh Hull and Tavares Gooden.
Gooden and Grant are former 49ers, which fits with the pattern of intramural poaching the two have established.
But Grant’s interesting because he’s now back on the market, after a four-game suspension for violating the league’s performance-enhancing substance policy. He denied knowingly taking a PED.
He had worked out for a few teams this offseason but was not signed, but is now available to anyone with his suspension served, so the Seahawks kicked the tires.