Seahawks OT Bradley Sowell was again working on the left side in Thursday's practice.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll says Bradley Sowell is competing for the starting job at both tackle spots.
Newly-signed OT Bradley Sowell said the Seahawks' vacancy at left tackle appealed to him.
Seahawks agreed to terms with OT Bradley Sowell, formerly of the Cardinals, on a one-year, $1.5 million contract.
Free agent OT Bradley Sowell will visit the Seahawks.
Bradley Sowell is getting the first crack at replacing suspended Cardinals RT Bobby Massie.
Cardinals re-signed OT Bradley Sowell to a one-year contract.
Bradley Sowell and Paul Fanaika have been working with the first-team offense at right tackle and right guard, respectively, in early offseason workouts.
Coach Bruce Arians doesn't see left tackle as the Cardinals' "most glaring need."
Bradley Sowell is expected to step in as the Cardinals' new left tackle.
Cardinals claimed OT Bradley Sowell off waivers from the Colts.
Colts signed OT Bradley Sowell off the Bucs practice squad.