Former Oregon Duck Kyle Long has lined up visits with the Raiders, Chiefs


Former Oregon Duck Kyle Long is set to make his return to the NFL. After taking a year off to allow his body to heal up.

Per ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Long is set to visit with the Las Vegas Raiders, a team where his father played, and the Kanas City Chiefs.

It has also been reported by Sirius XM NFL radio reporter Adam Caplan that 10 NFL teams are showing some interest for Long.

A first-round pick of the Bears in 2013, Long became a three-time Pro Bowler in his first three seasons as a guard and a tackle. 

Injuries limited his play in 2017, 2018, and after the 2019 season, he retired.

It could be possible that Long visits with the Seahawks here in the coming days. 

Seattle has opened up some cap space in order to sign some much-needed free agents for the offensive line to help and make Russell Wilson happy.

Long would be a fantastic addition for the Seahawks to help strengthen the interior of their offensive line.

And with taking a year off to heal, Long should be ready to go.

The week of the NFL free agency is finally here, so look for this entire week to be busy for the entire NFL.

But look for the Seahawks to be especially busy with this free agency.