Carter, soon to be 35, hasn’t found any interest as a free agent. In fact, this is the first reported visit for him that we’ve come across this offseason.
Last year, Carter signed on with the Raiders after solid season in New England, but couldn’t crack the team’s final 53-man roster. He would later sign on with the Patriots in October and go on to appear in nine games while totaling four tackles and two sacks.
The Seahawks have brought in a number of veteran defensive linemen since the free agent market wound down, so it seems likely that they are hoping someone will accept the veteran’s minimum to chase a Super Bowl title.