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March 20, 2014 at 11:47 AM

Seahawks sign Stephen Schilling UPDATED

The Seahawks have signed Bellevue High grad Stephen Schilling, a free agent who spent the last three seasons with the Chargers:

His agent first revealed the news via Twitter and it has since been officially confirmed:

https://twitter.com/DHendrickson41/status/446709460644265984

Schilling, listed as a guard, has also played some tackle in his career, seeing action in 18 games with the Chargers, with two starts (here is his NFL.com profile).

Schilling was not tendered a contract by the Chargers last month, making him a free agent.

Seattle lost starting OT Breno Giacomini to the Jets earlier in the free agency period, and also have yet to re-sign starting guard/tackle Paul McQuistan, who remains a free agent.

Schilling was a standout at Bellevue High who then played at Michigan and was drafted by  the Chargers in the sixth round in 2011.

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