Right tackle Garry Gilliam talks to Seahawks teammate Justin Britt at their lockers in the team’s Renton headquarters the day after last season ended Jan. 14 with the playoff loss at Atlanta. Seattle is expected to retain Gilliam, who is about to become a restricted free agent.
Right tackle Garry Gilliam talks to Seahawks teammate Justin Britt at their lockers in the team’s Renton headquarters the day after last season ended Jan. 14 with the playoff loss at Atlanta. Seattle is expected to retain Gilliam, who is about to become a restricted free agent. Genna Martin seattlepi.com via AP
Right tackle Garry Gilliam talks to Seahawks teammate Justin Britt at their lockers in the team’s Renton headquarters the day after last season ended Jan. 14 with the playoff loss at Atlanta. Seattle is expected to retain Gilliam, who is about to become a restricted free agent. Genna Martin seattlepi.com via AP
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RT Garry Gilliam reportedly to get lowest tender, as expected; free-agency negotiating period begins Tuesday

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