Olsen Learning Seahawks System During a Different Offseason
RENTON, Wash. (AP) — It’s clearly been a different offseason for Greg Olsen. The veteran tight end was released by Carolina in late January and eventually signed a $7 million, one-year deal with the Seattle Seahawks the next month after considering Washington and Buffalo as other potential landing spots. That was before the COVID-19 pandemic altered the normal rhythm of the NFL offseason. Olsen is now in the early stages of an offseason program with his new team that relies on virtual learning instead of face-to-face meetings.