Report: Seahawks signing veteran QB P.J. Walker

The Seattle Seahawks are signing veteran quarterback P.J. Walker to add depth going into the team’s mandatory minicamp next week, NFL Network reported on Thursday.

Walker, 29, would join a quarterbacks room led by incumbent starter Geno Smith and third-year player Sam Howell, who was acquired in an offseason trade from the Washington Commanders.

Walker appeared in six games for the Cleveland Browns last season, going 1-1 as a starter. He completed 54 of 111 passes (48.6 percent) for 674 yards, one touchdown and five interceptions for a 52.2 passer rating.

Walker played for the Carolina Panthers from 2020-22, appearing in 15 games and going 4-3 as a starter. He completed 57.5 percent of his passes for the Panthers for 1,461 yards, five TDs and 11 interceptions for a 63.9 QB rating.

An undrafted free agent out of Temple, Walker also sent time with the Indianapolis Colts (2017-19) and Chicago Bears (2023) organizations.

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