The Seattle Seahawks have announced that they have signed free agent linebacker Tony Taylor to a one-year contract.
Taylor (6-0, 235) is a former University of Georgia standout who entered the NFL with the Atlanta Falcons as an undrafted free agent in 2007. In 16 career games, all in 2007, Taylor made 11 tackles, primarily on special teams.
Taylor was released by the Falcons at the end of training camp in 2008 and spent the year out of football.
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Seahawks Sign LB Tony Taylor
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