A six-time Pro Bowl defensive lineman who has never changed teams in a career spanning more than a decade has reportedly visited with the defending Super Bowl champions.
Howard Balzer of The Sports Xchange reports the Seahawks visited with Vikings defensive tackle Kevin Williams on Monday.
The 33-year-old Williams has played 11 seasons for the Vikings, recording 463 tackles and 60 sacks. He has missed just five regular season games in his NFL career. Williams (6-5, 311) notched 29 tackles and 3.5 sacks in 2013.
Williams played 746 snaps for Minnesota a season ago, according to Pro Football Focus data. Were the Seahawks to add Williams, he would likely join Tony McDaniel, Brandon Mebane and Jordan Hill among the primary options inside. Williams would probably also see a reduction in reps. No Seahawks defensive tackle logged more than 546 snaps in the 2013 regular season, per PFF.
The Seahawks have taken a liking to some of the Vikings’ core players of recent seasons, most notably trading for wideout Percy Harvin last spring. Seattle also signed ex-Minnesota cornerback Antoine Winfield last offseason, but he did not make the club.
UPDATE 4:46 p.m. ET: Balzer initially reported that Williams had worked out with Seattle on Monday, but he later amended his report to say it was a visit.