Source: DE Dwight Freeney agrees to 1-year deal with Seahawks

Veteran defensive end Dwight Freeney has agreed to a deal with the Seattle Seahawks, the team announced Tuesday night.

Freeney, 37, was in Seattle on Tuesday to work out and take a physical for the Seahawks. He later tweeted he’d joined the team.

While Bush has been waiting for a call that may or may not come, he has started planning for his post-football future.

He is starting to put together some business deals, dipping into eSports and also doing some broadcasting work as he’s watching football on Sundays instead of playing it for the first time since 2005.

With Jackson’s team now 0-7 after a frustrating 12-9 overtime loss, it’s more evident that the coach is a big part of the problem and isn’t contributing to the solution. And now that he’s 1-22 overall in less than 1 1/2 seasons at the helm, it’s also clear the Browns need to make a change before 2018, and maybe sometime soon in 2017.

Jackson came in with a lot of promise last offseason as an accomplished offensive mind and respected motivator, but as the team remains in its massive rebuild, he has mismanaged games and failed to maximize the talent he does have.

Week 7 against Tennessee brought his decision to turn back to rookie DeShone Kizer at starting quarterback over Kevin Hogan. Then, despite Kizer (12-of-20 passing, 114 yards, zero sacks) throwing better downfield (even with two interceptions), Jackson decided to bench him midgame for the second time in three weeks — this time in favor of Cody Kessler instead of Hogan.

It was the first touchdown of the night for a Philadelphia offense that was struggling to get going prior to that throw. Hollins capped the touchdown with a really solid celebration too.chargers_125

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