The Seahawks are reportedly looking for reinforcement on their offensive line and have scheduled a meeting with Evan Mathis, per ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Mathis is a two-time Pro Bowler and was a First Team All-Pro in 2013 while with the Philadelphia Eagles.
After the offensive line allowed seven sacks and 13 quarterback hits in the first preseason game vs. the Denver Broncos, the coaching staff decided to shuffle the cards in practice.
Justin Britt was moved from right tackle to left guard; Alvin Bailey, expected to start at left guard in place of the departed James Carpenter was demoted to the second unit; Garry Gilliam and Drew Nowack took starting reps at right tackle and center with the first team, respectively.
It's a situation to monitor heading into Friday night's tilt vs. Kansas City and throughout the rest of the preseason.
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