While the Seahawks may be most avidly looking to improve their offensive line that doesn’t mean they also aren’t constantly looking to see if they can add to other areas of the team, as well. And one interesting name said to be visiting the Seahawks this week is safety Maurice Alexander, who started 14 games for the Rams at free safety last season and the first four of this year at strong safety before being waived last week. He had been a healthy inactive for the Rams’ 16-10 loss to the Seahawks when he weas replaced in the lineup by rookie John Johnson. Alexander played at Utah State where he was a teammate of Bobby Wagner’s before being taken in the fourth round of the 2014 draft by the Rams, gaining some renown for his tale of having worked as a janitor at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis in 2012 when he was not a member of the Utah State after being charged with aggravated assault following a fight with a teammate and then spending 45 days in jail.
Seahawks bring in former Rams’ safety Maurice Alexander for a visit
Seattle Times | Oct 17