NFL Free Agency 2014: Ryan Clark visits Seahawks, remains unsigned


Nov 17, 2013; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Pittsburgh Steelers free safety Ryan Clark (25) reacts after recovering a fumble against the Detroit Lions during the fourth quarter at Heinz Field. The Pittsburgh Steelers won 37-27. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

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 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.

Here is one hit where he rocked former-Viking and current-Seahawk Percy Harvin:

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:

Clark would be an interesting pickup for the Seahawks on a defense that already boasts Richard Sherman, Earl Thomas, Kam Chancellor and Byron Maxwell in the secondary.

And Clark has shown respect to the Seahawks before, giving them a shout out after their Super Bowl win.

Clark has already visited with the Redskins, and has also drawn interest from the New York Jets and Baltimore Ravens.