ESPN.com’s Bill Williamson reports that “all indications are that the Seahawks plan on signing” free agent TE Zach Miller during visit to Seattle.
Miller played with Tom Cable who is now the Seahawks offensive line and assistant coach so there’s a connection there.
ESPN’s John Clayton mentions that Zach Miller will be visiting the Seahawks today and adds that Seattle doe have interest in signing him.
Steve Corkran of the Contra Costa Times reports that the Oakland Raiders are expected to re-sign TE Zach Miller. Corkran notes that the Raiders are “tying up loose ends” before giving Miller a longterm deal.
It’s been very strange that Miller hasn’t drawn more interest on the open market in the last week. It’s been so quiet that the Raiders appear to be the only suitor for him. While Miller has yet to put together a breakout season, he is only 25 years old and is a great passing catching tight end.
Oakland considered franchising him back in February but chose to tag LB Kamerion Wimbley instead.