Kevin Williams signs a one-year deal with the Seattle Seahawks
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Former Minnesota Vikings defensive tackle Kevin Williams will move out to Winter Park West.
Williams, who turns 34 in August, will be the latest former-Viking to make the transition to Seattle as the veteran will enter his 12th season on a one-year contract with the Super Bowl champions, per an ESPN report. Seahawks owner Paul Allen took to Twitter to confirm the news.
Williams missed just five games in his 11-year career in Minnesota.
Past Minnesota-to-Seattle transplants include Tarvaris Jackson, Nate Burleson, Heath Farwell, Sidney Rice, Percy Harvin, Darrell Bevell, John Randle and others, while several players have also come from Seattle to Minnesota, including John Carlson and Steve Hutchinson.