Kevin Williams still wants to re-sign with Seattle Seahawks
According to Chris Tomasson of the Pioneer Press in St. Paul, defensive lineman Kevin Williams would like to re-sign with the Seahawks. Williams played in Seattle last season and started the Super Bowl in February before ending the season with Russell Wilson’s infamous interception.
Williams had this to say about going back to the Seahawks,
“I want to go back to Seattle, but this is a business. They’re still evaluating their roster. I guess there’s not that many 12-year veterans that everyone wants. Everyone wants to go younger.”
Being an experienced veteran of the NFL, Kevin knows how the business works and that’s why he visited with the Saints this past week. He added in these words about his visit and the possibility of signing in New Orleans,
“I went down there, we talked. It was a good visit. I would fit in there. But I don’t know what’s going to happen. I want to play, but I’m not in a hurry to get anything done, just like last year.’’
Kevin Williams is 34 years old, turns 35 in August, and made $2 million dollars in 2014. He did not sign with Seattle until June 12th last year, so there is still a chance he goes back there. Williams played the prior 11 seasons, from 2003-2013, with the Minnesota Vikings and has stated in the past that he would like to end his career by signing a one-day contract, to retire a Viking.
Sports-Kings Down and Distance Lead Columnist Kyle Pierce @kylepierce28