New Seahawks TE Gerald Everett confirmed Seattle's hiring of ex-Rams passing-game coordinator Shane Waldron as offensive coordinator was a factor in his signing with the team.
"Shane is a mastermind," Everett gushed. "He's very creative." Part of that creativity in Los Angeles was being comfortable with a two-tight end approach. The Seahawks still have teacher's pet Will Dissly under contract, to say nothing of 6-foot-7 sophomore Colby Parkinson. Dissly caught 24 passes last season even with Greg Olsen still around. Everett is finally free of Tyler Higbee, but that doesn't mean his seam stretching target competition has vanished. We will be closely monitoring the coaching staff quotes and preseason usage this summer. Apr 01 6:55 pm (EST)
- Seahawks signed TE Gerald Everett, formerly of the Rams, to a one-year, $6 million contract.
- The Athletic's Sheil Kapadia believes there's a "good chance" Gerald Everett will be "viewed as a starter on the open market."
- The Athletic's Jourdan Rodrigue reports the Rams are "not expected to" re-sign free agents Gerald Everett and Josh Reynolds. All Gerald Everett News
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