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June 1, 2014 at 6:09 PM

PFT report: Seahawks out on Jermichael Finley

Pro Football Talk reported today that the Seahawks are no longer in the running for tight end Jermichael Finley, something that doesn’t come as much of a surprise.

Seattle had been known to show some initial interest in Finley when free agency began.

But since then, there tight end spot has solidified with Zach Miller agreeing to a restructuring of his contract, and the team re-signing Anthony McCoy, who has proven to be healthy, taking part in OTAs after having missed last season with an Achilles injury.

Luke Willson, a backup last season as a rookie, also returns for his second year.

As noted in the blog earlier today, today begins a period where teams can sign free agents without it impacting compensatory picks. So someone may be more willing to sign Finley, whose health is still a question. But it won’t be Seattle.

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