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Former LSU defensive tackle Al Woods has signed with the Seattle Seahawks, the team announced on Monday. Per Seahawks.com:
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Woods, 32, has played for five teams over the past nine seasons, most recently appearing in 30 games over the past two seasons for the Indianapolis Colts, starting 24 of those games. Woods was voted a team captain in 2018 with the Colts. Woods, who was a fourth-round pick out of LSU in 2010, appeared in two games for the Seahawks in 2011.

The 6-foot-4, 330-pound Woods gives the Seahawks another veteran option at defensive tackle following the free-agency departure of 2018 starter Shamar Stephen. The Seahawks have found success over the years with veteran defensive tackle signings, acquiring starters like Alan Branch, Tony McDaniel, Ahtyba Rubin and Stephen.
Woods a native of Elton, La, played at LSU from 2006-2009.

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All I saw in the title was Tiger Woods.
Reply5 months
I read it initially as "Former Tiger Woods Signs With The Seahawks" amd I thought WTF
5 months
Glad Chad Jones' brother has had a long, successful career. That's a geaux tigers.
Reply5 months
Make it stop
5 months
But but the rant told me he was fat and lazy.
Reply5 months
Cheaty Petey sure loves him some LSU.
Reply5 months
Thought Tiger signed with the Seahawks for a minute.
Reply5 months
He managed to carve out a career in the NFL after a pretty unspectacular college career. Good for him.
Reply5 months
Interesting how some guys pan out. From #2 DT in the country out of high school, to couldn't make even 2nd team all-SEC, to making a living in the NFL. Good job Al!
Reply5 months
I saw him at a high school basketball game about 5 years ago. He could block the Sun out
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