Seahawks sign Arthur Brown

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The Seahawks have signed linebacker Arthur Brown.

Brown was a second-round pick of the Ravens in 2013. He played three seasons in Baltimore and played with the Jets and Jaguars last season.

The Seahawks will be Brown’s fourth team since the Ravens released him last summer. He played in 12 games for the Jaguars last season and finished the season with the Jets.

Brown visited the Seahawks before signing. He’s played in 48 career games and figures to again be a backup linebacker and special teams player in Seattle.

6 responses to “Seahawks sign Arthur Brown

  1. Welcome to the “Legion of BUFFOONS.” Led by Dick, “Formerly Known as Richard,” Sherman.

  2. He’s a vet body right now. Seattle may sign one more vet LB and safety for the roster, but count on Seattle drafting a LB this year in the 2nd or 3rd round as a SAM and a backup to Wright and Wagner as well (Caroll alluded to this at the combine). The bigger signings were re-upping Shead at CB, Thorpe at CB and Willson as a backup TE. Look for Seattle to add a safety and another corner in the draft in the first 3 rounds as well for depth. It’s a deep draft for those two positions.

  3. Legion of Boom, led by a gum-chewing buffoon, Pete Carroll.

    Signing a Jaguars castoff isn’t a good look.

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