The Seattle Seahawks have not yet signed a free agent from another team, but they have been linked to a couple players on both sides of the ball.
The first is a familiar face. Edge defender O'Brien Schofield has drawn preliminary interest from the Seahawks, Miami Dolphins and Dallas Cowboys, according to ESPN's Josina Anderson. Schofield spent two seasons (2013 and 2014) in Seattle before joining the Atlanta Falcons last season. He would be a candidate to compete for the starting strongside linebacker spot that is open with Bruce Irvin leaving for the Oakland Raiders. Schofield started 11 games in 2015. He turns 29 in April.
Meanwhile, offensive tackle Bradley Sowell is expected to visit the Seahawks, according to ESPN's Josh Weinfuss. Sowell (6-foot-7, 315 pounds) has spent the last three seasons with the Arizona Cardinals. He started 12 games in 2013 but zero since then.
Sowell, 26, was originally an undrafted free agent out of Ole Miss. He spent his first year in the league with the Indianapolis Colts.
The Seahawks are still in search of a starting left tackle. Russell Okung, Donald Penn and Kelvin Beachum are the top three still available on the market. Sowell would appear to be more of a depth option.