Robbie Chosen

WR Robbie Chosen To Visit Seahawks

Robbie Chosen will attempt to find a new home ahead of the NFL’s summer break. The veteran receiver has a minicamp tryout lined up with the Seahawks, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.

Chosen – who has undergone multiple name changes in recent years from Robby Anderson to Robbie Anderson to Chosen Anderson – has likewise bounced around the league. Following a four-year run with the Jets, he had a career year in Carolina in 2020 (95 catches, 1,096 yards). Things took a turn for the worse after that point, though, and he was traded to the Cardinals midway through the 2022 season.

The 31-year-old made minimal impact in Arizona across 10 games there. It thus came as little surprise when he was released last March. Chosen went on to sign with the Dolphins, although he was among the team’s final roster cuts. In spite of that, he was immediately retained via the practice squad and wound up making nine appearances. Chosen made just four catches in Miami, leading to his extended free agent stay.

He will look to end it this week with a strong showing in Seattle. The Seahawks are certainly set atop the depth chart with veterans D.K Metcalf and Tyler Lockett in place alongside 2023 first-rounder Jaxon Smith-NjigbaThe team also has Dee Eskridge on the final year of his rookie contract along with recent addition Laviska Shenault. Those two will be competing for depth spots alongside 2023 UDFA Jake Bobo.

Chosen will aim to use minicamp – which runs from Tuesday to Thursday – to earn a spot on the Seahawks’ offseason roster and as such the chance to compete for playing time in training camp. Seattle currently has a full roster and just $1.41MM in cap space at the moment, so only a low-cost offers would be feasible. Given the way Chosen’s career has gone recently, though, such a deal would no doubt be sufficient to add him.