Brady Henderson ESPN
The Seahawks have agreed to terms with free-agent defensive tackle Shamar Stephen, according to a pair of reports from the NFL Network. He's the second former Viking that the Seahawks have added in as many days to bolster the interior of their defensive line following Sheldon Richardson's departure to -- coincidentally -- Minnesota. The 27-year-old Stephen (6-5, 310) has spent all four of his NFL seasons with the Vikings. He started 16 games in 2016 and one last year while playing a little under 40 percent of Minnesota's defensive snaps. The Seahawks signed Tom Johnson on Friday. So their depth chart at defensive tackle looks something like this: Jarran Reed, Johnson, Nazair Jones and Stephen. That doesn't include last year's top pick, Malik McDowell, whose availability remains in question for heath reasons.