On Thursday, the Seahawks announced that their new offensive line coach would be Mike Solari, the…
Locklear and Seahawks agree to terms
Locklear, who is only 26, would have hit the free agent market with the rest of the free agents throughout the league on February 29th had he not agreed to the terms of the deal that also include $12 million in bonuses.
There was some thought that the Seahawks would use their franchise tag on the former North Carolina State standout, but that option went away when the team named CB Marcus Trufant as their franchise player.
Locklear has appeared in 59 games and started 42 of those during his four-year career.
Besides Locklear and Trufant, Seattle still has to figure out the status of K Josh Brown, who was their franchise player in 2007, and WR D.J. Hackett who has been a valuable contributor when healthy the past three seasons.
Stay tuned to Seahawks.NET as more details become available on this breaking story.
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