The final member of the Seahawks’ 2010 draft haul has finally made it to Virginia Mason Athletic Center.
Rob Rose, a defensive end from Ohio State who was signed as a rookie free agent, arrived in Seattle on Friday, worked out with the team today and will participate in Tuesday’s OTA.
Per NFL rules, a rookie cannot join his new team until his university’s academic year is completed. Ohio State’s spring quarter wrapped up on Thursday, allowing Rose to fly to Seattle on Friday. Two other Seahawks — Earl Thomas and Walter Thurmond III — missed one day of the team’s OTAs in May because their schools were in session when the OTAs began.