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Seahawks host two offensive linemen for workouts

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Free agent guard Danny Isidora worked out for Seattle on Wednesday.
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On Wednesday, the Seahawks brought in free agent guards Danny Isidora and Cody Wichmann for workouts.

The news comes as the Seahawks look to build depth at the position and along the offensive line as a whole. In late March, the team re-signed G Jordan Simmons on a one-year deal, making him, Gabe Jackson, Phil Haynes, and Damien Lewis the guards currently on the roster.

Isidora and Wichmann could both be cheap, suitable options for Seattle at the position. Isidora, 26, most recently played for the Chiefs. He has started 6 games in his career, and was taken in the 5th round of the 2017 NFL Draft by Minnesota.

Wichmann, meanwhile, has bounced around the Titans and Cowboys practice squads the past few years. He most recently played for the Rams in 2016, starting eleven times. The 29 year-old started a total of 18 games for the Rams over the course of two seasons after they took him in the sixth round in 2015.

The Seahawks hosted free agent guard Chance Warmack, who was released by the team last February, earlier Wednesday. It’s likely that Seattle will be adding a guard in the near future, and one of these three players could very well be the man.