The Seattle Seahawks have officially signed veteran TE Tony Moeaki to a contract on Tuesday, according to the NFL transaction release.
- The Seahawks also signed WR Bryan Walters to their active roster and waived LB L.J. Fort and DB Terrance Parks.
- According to Wilson, Moeaki’s workout “went well.”
The Giants brought Moeaki in for a work out a few weeks ago, so there has been at least some interest in him.
Seattle has been on the lookout for help at tight end for several weeks now and previous reports mentioned that they were even exploring potential trade options before last week’s deadline.
Moeaki, 26, signed to a two-year contract worth $2 million contract with Buffalo last December, but was placed on injured reserve after he suffered a hamstring injury.
He was later released from injured reserve with an injury settlement by the Bills before the start of the 2014 regular season.
Moeaki was taken in the third-round of the 2010 NFL draft. Since then, he’s dealt with a number of injuries including knee operations and head injuries, which limited him to appearing in just one game during the 2013 season.