Seahawks agree to 1-year deal with guard Jordan Simmons

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The Seattle Seahawks are working to ensure depth on their offensive line heading into the 2021 season. Seattle will be re-signing guard Jordan Simmons, according to Brady Henderson of ESPN.

“The Seahawks have agreed to a one-year deal with guard Jordan Simmons, a source tells me,” Henderson tweeted Wednesday morning. “He made six starts for Seattle last season and is coming back as O-line depth behind Gabe Jackson and Damien Lewis. Simmons’ deal includes incentives for playing time.”

Other media outlets have now verified this report.

The Seahawks did not tender Simmons this year as a restricted free agent, but are now able to get him back for another year.

Keep up with all the Seahawks’ free-agency moves on our live tracker here.

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