Seattle Seahawks general manager John Schneider recently identified interior offensive line as a key need for the team. He noted that he will look at options in both the draft and free agency to address this need. With the draft still weeks away, the Seahawks are actively exploring free agent options. One such option is veteran guard Greg Van Rotten, who will meet with the team on Wednesday.

Van Rotten started every game for the Raiders on a one-year deal last season, after holding starting roles with the Bills, Jets and Panthers earlier in his career. He entered the league as a free agent with the Packers in 2012. The Seahawks have also shown interest in Laken Tomlinson and Cody Whitehair, but so far, they have not visited Seattle.

The meeting with Van Rotten is a clear indication of the Seahawks’ commitment to addressing their need for an interior offensive line before the draft. It will be interesting to see how these potential moves play out and how they will affect the team’s performance in the upcoming season.

By Samantha Johnson

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