Chris Myers, a center recently released by the Texans, is visiting the Seahawks today, according to multiple reports.
Seattle has been looking for a veteran center after having lost Max Unger in the Jimmy Graham trade.
Myers was released in early March after having started the last seven seasons with the Texans and has a current streak of 128 straight starts, second-longest among NFL offensive linemen.
The Texans saved $6 million by releasing Myers.
ProFootballFocus.com rated Myers 16th among center last year with a plus-14.4 run block grade but minus-9.7 pass blocking.
He has played his entire career with Denver and Houston, two teams that use zone blocking schemes, as does Seattle.