After selecting a pair of running backs in the 2023 draft, the Seahawks continued adding to that position by signing Bryant Koback on Wednesday.
Koback went undrafted out of Toledo last season, signing with Minnesota as a free agent and spending the season on the Vikings' practice squad.
In 44 career games at Toledo, Koback rushed for 4,206 yards and 45 touchdowns while averaging 5.9 yards per carry. As a senior, he ranked second in the MAC with 1,400 rushing yards and 15 rushing touchdowns.
Heading into last month's draft, the Seahawks had just two running backs on their roster, Kenneth Walker III and DeeJay Dallas, but have since fortified that position by selecting Zach Charbonnet and Kenny McIntosh in the draft, and now with the signing of Koback.
Koback will take part in this weekend's rookie minicamp.
With Phase 2 of the offseason program underway, Geno Smith and the Seahawks were back on the field in preparation for the 2023 NFL Season.