The Seattle Seahawks are not finished trying to upgrade their offensive line.
The team hosted visits with three linemen Friday, including former All-Pro tackle Ryan Clady, a league source tells ESPN's Field Yates. Clady has started 106 games in nine NFL seasons, but injuries have derailed him recently.
He started eight games for the New York Jets last season and allowed two sacks before a rotator-cuff tear sidelined him. In the past four seasons, Clady has appeared in 27 games and missed 37 due to injury.
Clady will be 31 at the start of next season, and his best days clearly are behind him. But it's smart of the Seahawks to meet with him to find out how healthy he is. Seattle wanted to add more experience up front this offseason, and if Clady looks right physically, signing him would help accomplish that goal.
Clady is a four-time Pro Bowler and two-time All-Pro, but the last time he earned one of those honors was 2014.
Right now, the Seahawks' options at tackle are George Fant, Luke Joeckel and Garry Gilliam. Fant and Gilliam started at left and right tackle, respectively, last season. The Seahawks signed Joeckel last week, and Pete Carroll said he will get a look at left tackle and left guard.
Second-year player Germain Ifedi could get a look at right tackle, although Carroll said the plan for now is to keep him at right guard.
Meanwhile, the Seahawks also hosted two other lesser-known offensive linemen: Matt McCants and Oday Aboushi. McCants, 27, has started three games in five NFL seasons -- none since 2013. A sixth-round pick of the New York Giants in 2012, he spent last year with the Oakland Raiders and Chicago Bears.
Aboushi has started 18 games in the past three seasons at guard. Originally a fifth-round pick in 2013, Aboushi began his career with the New York Jets before joining the Houston Texans in 2015. That year, Aboushi was suspended one game for violating the league's substance abuse policy.