Free agent guard Cody Wichmann visited the Seattle Seahawks on Wednesday, according to Mike Garafolo of the NFL Network.
Wichmann is the third guard the Seahawks looked at this week along with Chance Warmack and Danny Isidora.
Wichmann did not play in the NFL last season after a two-year run with the Dallas Cowboys from 2018-19. The Cowboys released him at the end of training camp last year. A five-year veteran, Wichmann, was a sixth round of St. Louis Rams in 2015 and has appeared in 24 career games with 18 starts, all coming with the Rams in 2015-16. He has also spent time with the Tennessee Titans.
Warmack chose not to play last season after signing with the Seahawks on a one-year deal. Isidora was a pick for the Minnesota Vikings in the fifth round of 2017. He has started six games on guard in his NFL career, including three with the Miami Dolphins in 2019.
The Seahawks added Gabe Jackson in a deal with the Las Vegas Raiders to pair with Damien Lewis on guard. Jamarco Jones and Phil Haynes also remain as potential depth options, though both have dealt injuries last season. Jordan Simmons was also signed for depth on the spot. However, the team is still looking for a little more depth.