Seahawks announce they’ve signed former Rams G Tremayne Anchrum Jr.

Guard remains one of the most unsettled positions on the Seahawks roster currently. 2023 starters Damien Lewis and Phil Haynes have been allowed to test the market, opening a path for two new potential starters.

The Seahawks just gave themselves another option at this position, announcing that they have signed former Rams guard Tremayne Anchrum.

Anchrum (6-foot-2, 314 pounds) played his college ball at Clemson. After that, he was picked by the Rams in the seventh round of the 2020 NFL draft. Since then he has appeared in 31 games, but has only started once.

Anchrum’s first few years he barely played, but last season he played 96 snaps at right guard, raising the possibility he could compete with Anthony Bradford to replace Phil Haynes at that spot.

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