Seahawks agree to terms with Cedric Ogbuehi

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The Seahawks have worked on shoring up their offensive line early in free agency.

After agreeing to terms with interior lineman B.J. Finney on Tuesday and offensive tackle Brandon Shell earlier Wednesday, the Seahawks also dded offensive tackle Cedric Ogbuehi, Jordan Schultz of ESPN reports.

The Bengals made Ogbuehi the 21st overall choice in 2015, and he spent his first four seasons in Cincinnati.

Ogbuehi has not started the past two seasons.

He spent last season in Jacksonville, where he played 14 games. Ogbuehi saw action on 155 offensive snaps and 33 on special teams.

In five seasons, he has played 49 games with 25 starts.

6 responses to “Seahawks agree to terms with Cedric Ogbuehi

  1. Seattle takes Wilson’s amazing ability to stay healthy for granted by piece mealing his protection every year…….as Russell Wilson has still failed to receive 1 MVP vote in his entire Seahawk career.

  2. jackedupboonie says:
    March 18, 2020 at 8:32 pm
    Seattle takes Wilson’s amazing ability to stay healthy for granted by piece mealing his protection every year…….as Russell Wilson has still failed to receive 1 MVP vote in his entire Seahawk career.
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    Russell is an amazing qb, but there are only so many $$ to go around, so when you demand max contract….

    Go Hawks!

  3. Duane Brown is getting long in the tooth, and Germain Ifedi is nothing to brag about, especially since they lost “TE” George Fant, who helps clip the edge rusher for Ifedi.

  4. They need to shore up their running game too and the Beat Mold is not the answer. Melvin Gordon is still available, if they have enough cap space to give him what he wnats May be Todd Girley is available too. The 35 million dollar dude needs a strong running game to function.

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