Per Ed Werder at ESPN, Kevin Williams has agreed to a deal with the Seattle Seahawks worth just over $2 million.

Williams was in talks with the Seahawks, Giants, Patriots and Vikings.

Anyone who is surprised by this news has not been following the Vikings or the NFL for some time, as the Seahawks have made it a habit of rostering former Vikings, though they haven’t made a huge impact as of yet.

Still it should be interesting following the former defensive end-turned under tackle-turned temporary nose tackle. At Seattle, he will likely play a rotational three-technique role that should provide them with excellent depth at a position where they don’t have much (unlike Winfield, who entered a Seattle team that had a stacked secondary with incredible depth).

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  1. Would have love to have him. After his Ponder comments….I wonder if there wasn’t a little resentment between the offense and defense last year. We all know Ponder wasn’t great (although pretty much equal to Cassell in QB rank…well ahead of guys like Flacco, Manning, Geno). The passing overall was 23rd in the league. Defense was bottom 3 in every major category.
    Was Ponder’s performance worthy of criticism? Absolutely. Was the defense’s performance much more worthy of criticism? Without question.

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