Veteran pass-rush specialist Raheem Brock has given the Seahawks a consistent pressure person off the edge opposite Chris Clemons in pass rushing situations.
The former Indianapolis Colt was looking for more of an opportunity to rush the passer after playing behind Robert Mathis and Dwight Freeney for several seasons, and asked for his release in March, only to wind up in Tennessee deep on the depth chart after the Titans drafted Derrick Morgan in the first round.
Brock was released during final roster cuts and wound up in Seattle, where he has three sacks and seven quarterback hurries in six games.
“They’ve been coming up with great game plans throughout the week and calling good plays during the game,” Brock said. “And we’re just going out and executing like we’re supposed to. So everybody’s on the same page, and we’re just out there having fun.”