Seahawks agree to terms with nine undrafted free agents

The Seahawks announced they have agreed to terms with the following undrafted free agents:

Dion Bailey, S, USC

Brock Coyle, LB, Montana

Chase Dixon, TE, Central Arkansas

Garry Gilliam, T, Penn State

Bronson Irwin, G, Oklahoma

Jackson Jeffcoat, DE, Texas

Jimmy Legree, CB, South Carolina

Keith Price, QB, Washington

Andrew Pulu, DT, Eastern Washington.

Obviously Price’s name will register most locally, though there are other notable names on that list, including Jeffcoat, the son of former Cowboy Jim Jeffcoat, and a player many thought would be drafted out of Texas.

Bailey was also considered one of the top undrafted players on the market, though he likely went undrafted because he is something of a tweener, having played both linebacker and safety at USC.

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