The Seahawks lost their first player on the opening day of the NFL free agent period when the Buccaneers announced that they had agreed to contract terms with defensive tackle Clinton McDonald.
Walter Jones won’t be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame until Aug. 2, but that didn’t stop the Seahawks’ nine-time Pro Bowl left tackle from stopping by on Tuesday.
Many of the early mock drafts are projecting that the Seahawks will select an offensive linemen with the 32nd pick in May’s NFL Draft, and this year’s class offers quality at the top and depth through several rounds.
On the first day of the NFL free-agency period, the Seahawks retained another of their own players by signing tight end Anthony McCoy to a one-year contract.
Defensive end Red Bryant, drafted by the Seahawks in 2008, played in 64 games with 55 starts, tallying 121 tackles (78 solo), 3.5 sacks, 2 interceptions, 1 touchdown, 7 passes defensed, 1 forced fumble & 2 fumble recoveries.