The Seahawks have signed two more, agreeing to multiyear deals with long snapper Tyler Schmitt and kicker Brandon Coutu. The team announced the signings Wednesday afternoon.
Schmitt was drafted in the sixth round out of San Diego State, while Coutu was taken out of Georgia with the first of Seattle's two seventh-round picks. Schmitt heads into training camp next month as the leader to be the Seahawks long snapper, while Coutu will compete with veteran Olindo Mare for the job of replacing kicker Josh Brown, who signed with St. Louis in the offseason.
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