Seahawks tender Kyle Fuller

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The Seahawks have tendered offensive lineman Kyle Fuller as an exclusive-rights free agent, Brady Henderson of ESPN reports.

Fuller made one start at center last season.

Ethan Pocic, Seattle’s starting center in 2020, is an unrestricted free agent.

Fuller, 27, entered the NFL as a seventh-round choice of the Texans in 2017. He played two games for Washington in 2018.

In 2020, Fuller saw action in nine games, playing 78 offensive snaps and 25 on special teams.

2 responses to “Seahawks tender Kyle Fuller

  1. Russell Wilson must be thrilled to see his starting center leave because Penny Pinching Mode won’t pay his O linemen market value.

  2. I’ve never been impressed with this kid. Had to come in a few times this season and just got his doors blown off. I get he’s cheap and probably going to be on the PS again, but I don’t know why you waste resources on a guy like this that can’t potentially start for you. THis is why Wilson is pissed because we keep guys like this around who are nice guys but are below than average for the NFL.

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