June 21, 2024

K’Von Wallace, after a stint in Tennessee, is returning to the NFC by signing with the Seahawks on a one-year deal, as reported by NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero. Wallace, a former fourth-round pick of the Eagles, served as a backup in Philadelphia for three years before being waived at the end of the 2023 preseason. He then joined the Cardinals, where he started five games out of seven appearances, tallying 43 tackles and one interception.

After being waived by Arizona in October, K’Von Wallace joined the Titans, where he started seven games out of his 10 appearances during the latter part of the season. Wallace contributed an additional 46 tackles during his time in Tennessee. Pro Football Focus rated him 39th among 95 qualifying safeties for the full season, emphasizing his strong coverage skills.

With the departures of Quandre Diggs and Jamal Adams, the Seahawks have been in need of safety depth. They previously signed former Jaguars safety Rayshawn Jenkins and retained players like Julian Love and Coby Bryant to bolster their safety position.

Seahawks to sign veteran safety to a one-year deal

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