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According to Marc Sessler of NFL.com, free agent Cullen Jenkins will meet with the Seattle Seahawks on Monday.
Jenkins had a lengthy meeting with New York Giants but no deal was made. The Philadelphia Eagles signed Jenkins to a five-year, $25 million contract on July 30, 2011. He agreed to a restructured contract on February 21, 2012, with the new contract running through the 2014 season instead of the 2015 season.
He was released from his contract on February 25, 2013. Cullen Jenkins was originally signed by Green Bay as a rookie free agent after the '03 draft.
One year later, after playing in NFL Europe season and strong training camp, Jenkins earned a spot on the Packers' roster. Sessler writes:
'Jenkins is scheduled to meet with the Seahawks on Monday and the San Fracisco 49ers on Tuesday. Both teams are in the market for help up front.
The Seahawks face the possibility of losing free-agent linemen Alan Branch and Jason Jones, and would need help on the ...
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