Though he may not have very much left in the tank, the Seahawks brought in longtime team receiver Bobby Engram for a workout Tuesday.
Engram, now 37, was released by the Browns Sep. 4, and hasn’t caught on anywhere else since. Considering the Browns have a No.1 wideout whose name nobody can pronounce and a preferred receiving option with their aging tight end, it’s rather telling that the team released Engram. Pete Carroll is likely just bringing him back in to kick his tires a bit.
Along with Engram, the team also brought in WR Dwayne Jarrett and DT Jay Alford for workouts Tuesday. Jarrett never proved his second-round worth while in Carolina, but since Carroll was able to help Mike Williams revive his career, it’s realistic to think he could at least point Jarrett in the right direction. Both Williams and Jarrett played for Carroll at USC, after all.
No signings appear imminent — for now.