Thu. Mar 23rd, 2023


UPDATED: MARCH 16, 2023 AT 12:21 PM

Evan Brown nlocks against the Chicago Bears on Oct. three, 2021. (Jonathan Daniel/Getty Pictures)

The Seahawks entered the offseason without the need of a center on their roster. They’ve reportedly added an individual who can fill that part in 2023.

According to ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler, the Seahawks are set to sign Evan Brown, a center/guard who began 24 games for the Detroit Lions more than the final two seasons. Brown is 26 years old and is six foot three and 320 pounds.

Brown entered the NFL in 2018 as an undrafted cost-free agent out of SMU and spent time with the New York Giants, Miami Dolphins and Cleveland Browns ahead of joining the Lions in 2020, exactly where he located his most steady NFL dwelling.

Brown was a reserve player in his 1st handful of NFL seasons, but played 16 games in 2021 with 12 begins at center when normal starter Frank Ragnow got hurt. In 2022, Brown began the year as a backup interior offensive linemen, but wound up beginning 12 games at suitable guard due to Halapoulivaati Vaitai acquiring injured.

Presently, the Seahawks have 3 spots on their beginning offensive line solidified as left tackle Charles Cross, left guard Damien Lewis and suitable tackle Abraham Lucas are all returning. Phil Haynes re-signed immediately after splitting time with the lately-released Gabe Jackson at suitable guard although 2022 beginning center Austin Blythe retired this offseason and his backup, Kyle Fuller, is a cost-free agent.

Much more Seahawks offseason news: 

• Seahawks Offseason Tracker: Retain up on moves, draft picks, far more
• Seahawks reportedly reuniting with Jarran Reed on two-year deal
• Reports: Seahawks make splash in cost-free agency with DT Dre’Mont Jones

By Editor