The Seattle Seahawks have agreed to a contract with former Steelers offensive lineman B.J. Finney, according to a report by Tom Pelissero of NFL.com
An unrestricted free agent, Finney will earn $8 million over two years with the Seahawks according to Pelissero.
Finney, 28, had been the Steelers’ top backup interior offensive lineman for the last four seasons since joining the team as an undrafted free agent out of Kansas State in 2015.
He had played in 59 of the team’s 64 games in his time in Pittsburgh and made 13 starts, with four coming at center in 2019. He also played both left and right guard and some tight end.
Finney played under a one-year contract worth more than $3 million in 2019 that he signed as a restricted free agent.
His departure, along with the retirement of left guard Ramon Foster, leaves the Steelers with just starters Maurkice Pouncey and David DeCastro and second-year guard Derwin Gray in the interior of their line at this juncture.