The Seattle Seahawks are going over their plans for depth in the defensive backfield after losing cornerbacks Brandon Browner and Walter Thurmond in free agency.
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Former Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark visited the Seahawks on Friday, the National Football Post reported.
Clark left without signing a contract.
The 34-year-old has also drawn interest from the Jets and Ravens. He visited the Redskins two weeks ago, but the sides couldn't agree on contract terms.
Clark has started all but three games over the past five years. That would seem to make him a poor fit in Seattle, where third safety Chris Maragos played just 53 snaps behind Earl Thomas and Kam Chancellor last season.
Look for the Seahawks to elevate special teams standout Jeremy Lane and 2013 fifth-round draft pick Tharold Simon to bigger roles while Clark signs elsewhere.
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