With two roster spots empty, the Seattle Seahawks
were obvious favorites to trade for Jadeveon Clowney have filled those gaps on the eve of the team’s preseason finale.
The team announced on Wednesday that Seattle signed linebacker Logan Tago, as well as the unfortunately named offensive lineman Will Holden.
Tago is a local product out of Washington State University. He was a tryout at Seahawks rookie minicamp back in May, but didn’t receive a contract. Tago earned All-Pac 12 Conference second-team honors in his final season with the Cougars.
Holden may be somewhat familiar to Seahawks fans, as he started in seven games for the Arizona Cardinals from 2017-2018. He has experience playing right tackle and left tackle. He’s spent time with the Indianapolis Colts and New Orleans Saints practice squads, and most recently was waived by the Miami Dolphins.
Seattle doesn’t really have depth at the tackle or guard position at the moment, so Holden provides some insurance while George Fant and Jamarco Jones are on the mend.