James lands one-year deal from Seahawks
The Seattle Seahawks agreed to terms with veteran running back Edgerrin James on a one-year deal worth $2 million, a league source confirmed to NFL Network’s Michael Lombardi on Monday.
James will provide depth and stability to a group of running backs that have been injury prone. Seattle plans to rely heavily on its run game in its version of the West Coast offense and James could have an opportunity to play a vital role. Julius Jones is the projected starter and T.J. Duckett is the backup, but the Seahawks have been exploring adding another running back over the past few weeks –- they contacted Warrick Dunn, who had three of his best seasons playing for current Seattle coach Jim Mora in Atlanta — but they opted for James.