Shortly after five-time Pro Bowl center Andre Gurode was released on Monday, Cowboys’ head coach Jason Garrett addressed the move, saying that, though the move was right for Dallas, Gurode was far from done in this league, that he wouldn’t have a hard time finding a new gig--and unsurprisingly, it appears that Garrett was right.
According to ESPN’s John Clayton, via the Seattle Times, Gurode will visit the Seattle Seahawks on Tuesday.
If the two sides come to an agreement, Gurode would most likely challenge incumbent Max Unger for the starting job at center. The Seahawks’ starting guards are Robert Gallery and rookie John Moffitt, and if his time in training camp with Dallas was any indication, Gurode could move to a guard position.
At 33-years-old, 2011 will mark Gurode’s tenth year in the NFL.
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