Seahawks pull a surprised to sign Pharaoh Brown on a contract $3.9 million blockbuster deal…

 Seattle Seahawks sign veteran tight end Pharaoh Brown.

After losing two tight ends early in the free agency process, Pharaoh Brown, an experienced player, is allegedly being added by the Seattle Seahawks.
ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler, who broke the initial story of the 29-year-old Brown’s trip to Seattle on Tuesday night, claims that Brown and Seattle had reached an agreement on a one-year contract with a base salary of $3.2 million and incentives that could raise it to $3.9 million.
Brown was a starter in 11 of the Patriots’ 17 games played in the previous season. With New England, he caught 13 catches for 208 receiving yards, a career-high, and a score.

Following his time at Oregon, the 6-foot-5, 246-pound Brown was first signed by the Raiders as an undrafted free agent in 2017. He participated in two games that season before making his Cleveland Browns debut in nine games in 2019.

Over the following three seasons with the Houston Texans, Brown established himself as a dependable performer. In 13 games in 2020, he caught 14 passes on 16 targets for 163 yards and two touchdowns. Despite being cut loose by Houston in October 2022, he was promptly signed by Cleveland once more, where he participated in 13 games, five of which were starts, that season.

Seahawks tight ends Will Dissly (Chargers) and Colby Parkinson (Rams) allegedly signed to contracts with new teams on Monday as the free agency legal tampering period began.

In the first week of NFL free agency, tight end Noah Fant was reportedly re-signed by the Seahawks. Under new offensive coordinator Ryan Grubb, who has effectively utilized tight ends in the passing game for the UW Huskies the last two seasons, the position might receive more attention.


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