The Seahawks would like to add to their offensive line this offseason, but aren’t making the same splashes there they are at other spots.
According to a tweet from his agent Doug Hendrickson, former Chargers offensive lineman Steve Schilling has signed with the Seahawks.
Say that five times fast.
Schilling wasn’t tendered as a restricted free agent by the Chargers. He spent three years there after they took him in the sixth round of the 2011 Draft.
The Seahawks also picked up former Packers lineman Greg Van Roten this offseason, as they look for parts for a group that was decidedly mix-and-match last year.