The Seahawks had a couple of free agents who could help replace departed members of the team in for visits over the weekend.
Running back Lance Dunbar made his second stop in the NFC West since the start of free agency as Adam Caplan of ESPN reported on Sunday. Dunbar also visited the 49ers and would be an option for the Seahawks as they remake their backfield following Marshawn Lynch’s retirement.
Right now, Thomas Rawls and recently signed CFL vet Cameron Marshall are the only running backs under contract to the Seahawks. That will definitely change before the offseason is out whether Dunbar signs with the team or not.
Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports reported that defensive lineman Sealver Siliga was also in Seattle for a visit. Siliga was not tendered by the Patriots as a restricted free agent, leaving him free to sign with the Seahawks and help fill what they lost when Brandon Mebane signed with the Chargers.