The Seattle Seahawks used what many believe to be the league’s best defense to win the Super Bowl last season.
In the offseason, they had big decisions to make and put a focus on re-signing defensive end Michael Bennett, a deal they got done.
However, they did lose several talented players including Walter Thurmond, Brandon Browner, Golden Tate, Breno Giacomini, Paul McQuistan, Clinton McDonald, Sydney Rice, Red Bryant and Chris Clemons.
That’s why the Seahawks are still looking to upgrade their team and try to make up for a few of their losses.
According to Howard Balzer of Locker Dome, former Minnesota Vikings’ defensive tackle Kevin Williams tried out for the Seahawks on Monday.
DT Kevin Williams (Vikings) had tryout with Seahawks yesterday.
— Howard Balzer (@HBalzer721) April 29, 2014
It looked like Williams may have found a home with the New York Giants, essentially replacing Linval Joseph, who left the Giants for the Vikings, but he left the Giants’ facility without an offer.
Williams was selected with the ninth overall pick in the first round of the 2003 Draft. The former Oklahoma State Cowboy has played for the Vikings for 11 seasons, missing just five total games during that span.