Seahawks add 2 more undrafted free agents to their defensive front-7

The Seattle Seahawks had two spots open on their 90-man offseason roster coming out of rookie minicamp last weekend. Those spots have now been filled thanks to a couple of signings of undrafted free agents.

According to a report by Aaron Wilson, the Seahawks have signed former Missisippi State defensive tackle Nathan Pickering.

Pickering (6-foot-4, 310 pounds) played 48 games over the last five years for the Bulldogs. He totaled 123 tackles, including 23.5 for a loss. He also added 13 sacks.

Seattle is also signing former Washington State linebacker Devin Richardson, per Wilson.

Richardson (6-foot-3, 233 pounds) bounced around a bit, putting in three years at New Mexico State, two at Texas and one with the Cougars. All together he put up 155 tackles (seven for a loss), three sacks and four forced fumbles.


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