Former Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark visited with the Seahawks over the weekend, according to The National Football Post.
The report also noted that Clark was not immediately signed to a contract. Afterwords, Clark tweeted that he enjoyed the visit.
The 12th man should be proud. Your city & your organization is absolutely amazing. I am thoroughly impressed. It was nice Seattle !
— Ryan Clark (@Realrclark25) March 27, 2014
The 12-year veteran has recorded more than 100 tackles in each of the last three seasons. He has also recorded at least one interception in every season since 2008.
In a long career that has been played with the New York Giants, Washington Redskins, and Steelers, Clark has recorded a total of 827 tackles and has 15 career interceptions.
He is known for his hard-hitting style and has made a name for himself making some jaw-rattling hits over the years.
He might have made the biggest name for himself, however, when he knocked then-Raven Willis McGahee unconscious in the 2008 postseason, while giving himself a concussion:
And Clark has shown respect to the Seahawks before, giving them a shout out after their Super Bowl win.
Congrats to the Seahawks and the 12th man!! Enjoy it. Winning a Super Bowl is hard to do. That’s a wrap folks!
— Ryan Clark (@Realrclark25) February 3, 2014
Clark has already visited with the Redskins, and has also drawn interest from the New York Jets and Baltimore Ravens.