The Seattle Seahawks agreed to terms with free-agent tackle Eric Winston on Tuesday, the NFL Players Association president confirmed via Twitter.
Winston joins the depending-champion Seahawks on a one-year deal, a league source told Pro Football Talk.
The 30-year-old union leader said he spent the summer training with Houston Texans Andre Johnson and Arian Foster, hoping to sign with a team during camp.
"I feel like I'm way more ready this year than last year," Winston told ESPN last week. "Not to say I wasn't ready last year. I just really feel like I'm in as good of shape than I've been in for a long time."
Following the departure of free-agent Breno Giacomini, Wilson is expected to compete for the starting right tackle job.
The eight-year pro spent his first five seasons in the league in Houston before stops in Kansas City and Arizona. Winston has started every game since 2007.
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