Seahawks agree to terms with seventh-round pick Kenny McIntosh

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The Seahawks drafted 10 players last weekend. The 10th of those, Georgia running back Kenny McIntosh, has agreed to terms with the team, Aaron Wilson of KPRC reports.

The seventh-round pick becomes the first to agree to terms with the Seahawks.

He received a four-year, $3.93 million contract with a $90,582 signing bonus.

McIntosh had 192 touches for 1,334 yards from scrimmage and 12 total touchdowns last season, but his stock dropped because of a 4.62 in the 40-yard dash at the combine. It was the third-slowest of any running back.

The Seahawks’ other draft picks in 2023 are Illinois cornerback Devon Witherspoon (first round, Ohio State receiver Jaxon Smith-Njigba (first round), Auburn defensive end Derick Hall (second round), UCLA running back Zach Charbonnet (second round), LSU guard Anthony Bradford (fourth round), Mississippi State defensive tackle Cameron Young (fourth round), Michigan edge rusher Mike Morris (fifth round), Michigan center Olusegun Oluwatimi (fifth round), New Mexico safety Jerrick Reed II (sixth round).

4 responses to “Seahawks agree to terms with seventh-round pick Kenny McIntosh

  1. Amazing how successful UGA was with a weak armed QB and a slow-poke RB.

  2. Had my fingers crossed for a sleeper RB going into the 7th, was soooo happy we snagged this guy! Might not be a Carson or Pacheco (though you never know) but he looks like a solid 3d down replacement for Homer. Don’t sleep on him now that he’s here, he’s going to be a factor for us.

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