RENTON, Wash. -- All-America defensive end Jackson Jeffcoat from Texas and former Washington quarterback Keith Price were among ten undrafted rookies to agree to free-agent deals with the Seattle Seahawks.
The deals were agreed to after the conclusion of the draft Saturday. Jeffcoat was a surprise going undrafted after his senior season with the Longhorns where he was voted the Big 12 Conference defensive player of the year. Price's deal was not surprising given his proximity to the Seahawks and friendship with Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson.
Also agreeing to deals were USC safety Dion Bailey, Montana linebacker Brock Coyle, Central Arkansas tight end Chase Dixon, Penn State offensive tackle Garry Gilliam, Oklahoma guard Bronson Irwin, South Carolina cornerback Jimmy Legree, Eastern Washington defensive tackle Andru Pulu, and Washington State kicker Andrew Furney.