The Seattle Seahawks will bring in a number of veteran defensive players for workouts on Sunday, multiple media outlets reported.
Defensive back Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, defensive end Damontre Moore and linebackers Lamarr Houston and Erik Walden are scheduled to audition for the team, according to the NFL Network and ESPN.
In addition, they could be without both starting safeties from a year ago. Earl Thomas continues to be a training camp holdout as he seeks a new contract and Kam Chancellor is walking away from the game due to a neck injury.
The well-traveled Rodgers-Cromartie started five of 15 games with the New York Giants last season but was released in March. Moore appeared in three games with the Dallas Cowboys last season but previously played with the Seahawks.