The Seahawks have seen linebacker Bruce Irvin and guard J.R. Sweezy sign with other teams since the start of the new league year and they have visits lined up with a pair of players who could help replace them in Seattle next season.
Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com reports that linebacker Craig Robertson is slated for a visit with the Seahawks. Robertson returned to the Browns as a restricted free agent last year after receiving a second-round tender and appeared in 12 games with an ankle injury accounting for the time he missed.
He had 58 tackles and an interception and has been a solid member of the Browns defense while starting 37 times over the last four seasons. If he departs, he’ll be the sixth Browns free agent to find a new home this offseason.
J’Marcus Webb said he’s visiting the Seahawks during an appearance on Sirius XM NFL Radio. Webb started 16 games at guard for the Raiders last season and said that he’s heard interest from Oakland in a return to the team to play tackle, which was the position he played earlier in his NFL career.