Banks has accepted the Seahawks' offer for a formal tryout during their upcoming minicamp, The Associated Press reported on Sunday.
Banks' agent confirmed his client will fly to Kansas City for a workout with the Chiefs on Monday before returning to Seattle to take part in their mandatory minicamp.
The Seahawks confirmed to NFL.com that Banks will not be a part of their 90-man roster, but will participate on a tryout basis.
Banks, 26, was a former blue-chip high school prospect who spent five years in prison after accepting a plea deal on one count of forcible rape. Following his release from prison, Banks had to register as a sex offender and wear an electronic tracking bracelet. Banks' conviction was overturned last month after his accuser admitted she lied.
Carroll had recruited Banks to play at USC before his arrest and subsequent incarceration.