The Seahawks re-signed Kyle Fuller Friday, bringing back a versatile lineman who has starting experience at both guard and center.
Fuller, who came into the league as a seventh-round pick in 2017, joined the Seahawks as a member of the practice squad in 2019 and was promoted to the active roster during the season, appearing in nine games with one start.
Fuller opened the 2021 season as Seattle's starting center, though Ethan Pocic would later take over that spot. Fuller later started two games at guard.
With Pocic still a free agent, Fuller will be a part of a competition at center that also includes free-agent addition Austin Blythe, as well as Dakoda Shepley, a player Seattle added last year on waivers.