The quintet of Matt Hasselbeck, Julius Jones, Justin Forsett, Leon Washington and Pete Carroll breathed a big sigh of relief today as the Seattle Seahawks have reportedly bolstered its offensive line.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports via Twitter that Seattle agreed to terms with offensive guard Chester Pitts.
In eight years in the National Football League, Pitts has started all 114 game he’s played for the Houston Texans; however, an injury which required microfracture surgery forced the veteran to miss 14 games last season.
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