Both media outlets report that the Seahawks will fall 20 spots in the second round of this year’s N.F.L. Draft, as the Chargers and the Seahawks swapped their second-round selections as a part of the deal. Seattle also agreed to give up a third-round pick in next year’s Draft.
The outlets went on to report that Seattle and Whitehurst came to terms on a two-year deal worth what is expected to be $5 million per season.
Whitehurst, a restricted free agent this year, has never thrown a pass in a regular-season game in the N.F.L.