Seahawks signing TE Gerald Everett to 1-year deal worth up to $7M

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The Seattle Seahawks are finally getting into the free-agency game. After a quiet start to the new league year, the Seahawks have finally added a player of need to the roster.

Seattle is signing a former division foe, ex-Rams tight end, Gerald Everett. The deal consists of a contract for one year worth up to $7 million.

With Greg Olsen retiring at the end of last season, it seems Seattle quickly found his replacement for this year, at least.

Everett was originally selected by the Rams in the second round of the 2017 NFL draft out of South Alabama. He finished his 2020 campaign logging 41 receptions for 417 yards and a touchdown.

He will be reunited with Seahawks’ new offensive coordinator Shane Waldron (previously with the Rams) in Seattle.

Catch up on all the latest Seahawks moves on our live tracker here.

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