Russell Okung's suitor-list is shrinking but he's still out there weighing his options. With Pittsburgh signing Ryan Harris, they're out on Okung, and that comes as a bit of a surprise because over the last couple of days, it had felt like the Steelers were the favorite to land the former Seahawk.
Now, it comes down to what looks like the Seahawks, Giants, Lions, and Raiders in a competition to land the services of Okung or Donald Penn. Steelers left tackle Kelvin Beachum signed with the Jags, so he's off the market. Seattle could still make a strong push for Okung even after signing offensive linemen J'Marcus Webb and Bradley Sowell. Obviously, if that doesn't pan out, they can make a run at Penn as well.
In other news, former Bears linebacker/defensive end Shea McClellin is set to visit Seattle on his free agency tour. McClellin is a highly athletic but underwhelming former first round pick out of Boise State that has moved around a a little bit for the Bears, playing defensive end, inside linebacker, and outside linebacker. He kind of fits the Bruce Irvin profile perfectly and was one of the top physical performers back in 2012, when at 6'3, 260 pounds, he ran the forty in 4.63 seconds with a 31" vert and strong 3-cone and short-shuttle times. His 1.59 ten-yard split in the 40 is really quick.
My guess is that if he comes to Seattle, they'd see him as a SAM linebacker on base downs with a little bit of potential to rush the passer on nickel downs. We'll see how much Seattle likes him and how much he's worth on the open market.