Free-agent defensive tackle Geno Atkins, an eight-time Pro Bowler who spent his first 11 National Football League seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals, worked out for the Seattle Seahawks on Monday.
Josina Anderson reported via Twitter that the workout went well, and "at this point it's up to him and how much":
Signing with the Seahawks would reunite Atkins with Carlos Dunlap, his teammate with the Bengals for 10 1/2 seasons.
In June, Atkins met with the Dallas Cowboys' team doctor who operated on his torn rotator cuff, according to a report from NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
The Bengals released Atkins in March, saving $9.5 million in salary cap.
Atkins finished an injury-plagued 2020 season with just one tackle, three pressures and one quarterback hit in eight games. He had suffered a shoulder injury during training camp before the season started.
Atkins started 134 of his 161 games as a Bengal, recording 75.5 sacks - most in franchise history by an interior lineman - and 172 quarterback hits.
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