The Seahawks and Mike Iupati have an agreement on a contract for the team’s starting left guard from 2019 to return in 2020, Gregg Bell of the Tacoma Tribune reports.
The deal for Iupati, a 10-year veteran who turns 33 next month, was first reported by NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero Tuesday.
Iupati played all 16 games last regular season, the first time he’d done that since 2012 when he was with San Francisco. He played through a foot injury and nerve issue in his neck before he missed both of Seattle’s playoff games in January.
The official NFL transactions for Tuesday showed the Seahawks pulled their tender offer to exclusive rights free agent Malik Turner. That makes the wide receiver who emerged the last two seasons as a target for Russell Wilson before dropping a key pass late in Seattle’s playoff loss at Green Bay in January an unrestricted free agent.
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