The Seahawks have a deal in place with CFL receiver Jeff Fuller, reports Scott Mitchell. Fuller is a former Texas A&M receiver that went undrafted in the 2012 NFL Draft, signed with the Dolphins as a UDFA, and then eventually landed in Calgary with the Stampeders. He's played there for the past three seasons. In 2015, he caught 47 passes for 619 yards and three touchdowns.
It looks like he's kind of the new Chris Matthews experiment for Seattle. Coming into the Draft, Fuller measured in at 6'4", 223 pounds, with 33 5/8" arms. He ran a 4.53 forty, jumped 10' in the broad and 32" in the vert, with a 7.09 3 cone. That's great agility for a guy his size. There was some speculation at the time that Fuller would look to bulk up and play tight end in the NFL.
He had some pretty good stats while at A&M with Ryan Tannehill.
2010: 72 catches, 1066, 12 TD
2011: 70 catches, 828 yards, 6 TD
Here are some of Fuller tape from Texas A&M: