After speculation that Washington was interested in Seattle offensive tackle Ray Willis, the 26-year-old visited the Redskins on Wednesday, reports the Washington Times.
Willis has an obvious connection with Jim Zorn, the former Seattle Seahawks quarterbacks coach, now the head man in Washington.
The Redskins have not been happy with the production of veteran starter Jon Jansen, and are looking to replace him at right tackle.
Willis also visited the Raiders, and the Seahawks remain interested.
The Seahawks also appear to addressing the team's long snapper situation, reportedly looking at former Denver snapper Mike Leach and Houston Texans free agent Bryan Pittman as possible replacements for Jeff Robinson, who is not expected back next season.
Seattle drafted Tyler Schmitt in the sixth round last season to fill the long snapper role, but he suffered a potentially career-ending back injury in training camp and may not be back.