KIRKLAND, Wash. (AP) -John Carlson and the Seattle Seahawks agreed to terms of a multiyear contract Saturday, putting the rookie tight on the practice field for the second day of training camp.
Seattle traded up in April to take Carlson in the second round out of Notre Dame. The Seahawks expect him to start this season.
Coach Mike Holmgren said during the first day of camp on Friday that it was important for Carlson get in immediately to learn the offense.
He was the final Seahawk to report. The team is expected to make a corresponding roster move Saturday to get to the training camp limit of 80 players.

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