FOXBORO -- Kevin Williams met with the Patriots last week and later made a guest appearance on Sirius XM Radio, explaining how he would be a good fit as part of a talented rotation in New England. He raved about how a match with the Patriots would maximize his abilities and theirs.
Whether the Patriots ultimately weren't interested enough to make an offer, or whether Williams ultimately received a better offer, he's headed elsewhere to tap whatever juice he has left.
Seahawks owner Paul Allen tweeted on Thursday indicating that Williams had reached an agreement with Seattle.
Williams, who met with the Patriots last Thursday, is a 13-year veteran and was a five-time All-Pro with the Vikings.
The 6-foot-5, 311-pounder will be 34 years old in August but he may have provided New England with some depth on the interior of its defensive line given that Vince Wilfork, Tommy Kelly, Dominique Easley and Armond Armstead -- the last three were not spotted at Thursday's OTA -- are all returning from injury.