This offseason for the Seattle Seahawks has most certainly been a busy one.
And the news surrounding the organization doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon.
The Seahawks selected LSU defensive end Stephen Sullivan in the seventh round.
The rookie hopeful is an athletic individual, so the Seahawks decided to move him from wide receiver to tight end, and then from tight end to defensive end.
Now that the season is over, as much as Seattle does have plans for him, Sullivan might be moving out to another team.
Per NFL Insider Field Yates, the Panthers will be hosting Sullivan for a visit and a potential move for the 2nd year player.
Sullivan finished off the season for the Seahawks on the practice squad, so it makes him a free agent once the season concludes and he is free to sign with any team he wants.
The Seahawks could make a move to bring back Sullivan if they see some potential in him and his future with the team.
That, of course, is up to Pete Carroll and John Schneider and the offseason that they are in right now.