Reuben Foster is expected to practice for an NFC West team on Sunday.
According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, Foster will train for the Seattle Seahawks. He’s looking to come back after recovering from major knee surgery, but hasn’t played in an NFL draw since 2018.
Foster was last on the Washington commanders after they picked him up on waivers from the San Francisco 49ers. San Francisco initially cut it after an arrest for domestic violence.
In 2019, Foster suffered a torn ACL which caused him to miss this season and the following season (2020). He didn’t play last season after no one signed him.
NFL fans had mixed reactions to this news.
“Very awkward past. I don’t think talent would be the reason they didn’t sign him. Maybe just gathering information if they have an emergency. Or he could figure out that Cody Barton isn’t is not a starter in the NFL,” one fan said.
We’ll see if Foster can impress the Seahawks staff enough to get a contract.