The Seahawks were able to re-sign defensive tackle Ahtyba Rubin before the start of free agency, but Rubin’s partner on the interior in 2015 won’t be back with the team.
The Chargers signed Brandon Mebane to a three-year deal on Wednesday to end his nine-year run in Seattle and open up a spot in the defensive line rotation with the Seahawks. A former member of the Chargers appears to be an option to fill it.
Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that defensive lineman Cam Thomas will visit the Seahawks on Thursday. Thomas spent the first four years of his career with the Chargers before playing in Pittsburgh the last two seasons. Thomas appeared in every game for the Steelers over that span — he’s played every game over the last five seasons — and had 29 tackles while making 10 starts.
The Seahawks are also reportedly meeting with defensive end Chris Clemons about returning to the team as they explore options for their defensive line in 2016.