Seahawks sign G Stephen Schilling

The Seahawks have signed guard Stephen Schilling, adding a local product to their offensive line depth. Schilling’s agent first announced the move, which has since been confirmed by the team.

Schilling, once one of the state’s top recruits out of Bellevue High School, played at Michigan and was eventually a sixth-round pick of the San Diego Chargers. He opened his rookie season on San Diego’s practice squad and was signed to the active roster midway through that 2011 season. Schilling started two games that year, his only two career starts. Schilling has played both right and left guard for the Chargers.

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